Hyde has been rewritten to be built on Poole and now includes a few new features. Here's what's changed:
- New: Eight optional color schemes
- New: Reverse layout option with sidebar on right
- New: Auto-generating navigation in sidebar for any page with
layout: pagein the front-matter, with active link highlighting
- Changed: Different font for body text (PT Sans instead of Open Sans)
- Changed: HTML and styles for the sidebar (it's no longer called
- Changed: Now using Redcarpet Markdown processor
Read more about the changes, Poole, and another theme, Lanyon, in the blog post.
A few bug fixes and some content changes.
- Change: Rejiggered
marginonce more. Now we use
.contentto apply vertical and horizontal
paddingfor spacing of blog posts. This nullifies the need for
.fourohfour, so that's been removed as well.
- Change: Renamed the Hello, world post. Also added a features list and docs link, and clarified browser support.
<li>s were lightened by default for some reason, now they use
- Bug: Related posts had inconsistent spacing on post pages.
- Change: Dropped the IE8 fallback
colorfor the sidebar since we only do IE9 and up.
- Docs: Fixed broken link to CSS file.
- Docs: Added screenshot of reverse layout.
Hyde 1.1.0 features several bug fixes, improved documentation, and a handful of new features.
- New: Added a reverse orientation option, so now sidebars can appear on the right
- New: Added eight simple colored themes based on base16
- New: Added support for Pygments syntax highlighting (with demo included in Example content post)
- Bug: Fixed inconsistent padding on post pages
- Bug: Removed
;from the responsive
<meta>tag to fix invalid code
- Bug: Fixed spacing of related posts section
- Change: Removed duplicate favicons from the
- Change: Increase
font-weightof headings slightly
- Change: Rewrote the CSS file to include table of contents, updated comments throughout, and a better organization (responsive aspects come after the base component classes)