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Personal Website theme

Tweet MIT Licensed

This project is forked and customized on top of:-

Features

  • Sitemap and XML Feed
  • Pagination in homepage
  • Posts under category
  • Realtime Search Posts (title & description) by query.
  • Related Posts
  • Highlight pre
  • Next & Previous Post
  • Disqus comment
  • Projects page & Detail Project page
  • Share on social media
  • Google analytics
  • HTML Minify (Compress HTML) using Jekyll Compress HTML

Install & Configuration

  1. Fork this repository
  2. Edit site settings inside file of _config.yml
  3. Edit your projects at file of projects.md, _data/projects.json and inside path of _project/ (for detail project).
  4. Edit about yourself inside file of about.md

How to Use?

a. Add new Category

All categories saved inside path of category/, you can see the existed categories.

b. Add new Posts

  • All posts bassed on markdown syntax. Allowed extensions is *.markdown or *.md.
  • This files can found at _posts/.
  • and file name format is <date:%Y-%m-%d>-<slug>.<extension>, for example:
2013-09-23-welcome-to-jekyll.md

# or

2013-09-23-welcome-to-jekyll.markdown

Content of the file be like,

---
layout: post                          # (require) default post layout
title: "Your Title"                   # (require) a string title
date: 2016-04-20 19:51:02 +0700       # (require) a post date
categories: [python, django]          # (custom) some categories, but makesure these categories already exists inside path of `category/`
tags: [foo, bar]                      # (custom) tags only for meta `property="article:tag"`
image: Broadcast_Mail.png             # (custom) image only for meta `property="og:image"`, save your image inside path of `static/img/_posts`
---

# your content post with markdown syntax goes here...

Installing in your local

Follow instruction at official jekyll page to get the local machine for ruby development. Then run the following commands in the cloned directory

bundle
bundle exec jekyll build
bundle exec jekyll serve

Contributing

Feel free to open a bug or contribute to code!

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