Base repository for Readium project details, accessible online as a Readium Projects section.
All additions or corrections MUST be done via Pull Requests and validated by the Readium core team.
Note: The Readium.org website offers primary information and news about Readium.
This documentation is using jekyll as a templating engine, therefore all posts are written in markdown and use the readium.org stylesheet, which has been reproduced locally.
This navbar is not exactly the same as the readium.org navbar, as it only presents a link to the Table of Contents and a simplified About menu (which sends back to the readium.org website). The Readium logo also sends back to the readium.org homepage, idem for the Home entry in the breadcrumbs.
The root directory contains only the home page and the table of contents. New articles should be stored in the
_postsdirectory, with the jekyll imposed format (yyyy-mm-dd-name.md).
Each post must contain a header like:
--- layout: post title: "A Bit Of History" date: 2016-11-15 10:30:00 +0100 categories: history permalink: /history/ ---
The layout parameter must be
post(it triggers the proper template in
_layouts), the title will appear as h1 in the post, the date also appears in the post and will be used to sort latest posts, the category is free but may be used to group posts later, the permalink is useful.
CSS tuning has been done in the css/styles.css stylesheet. Especially, the
b element is used for MUST, SHOULD etc. expressions in Specification pages (e.g. LCP). So be careful if you want to enhance the template ...