Sculpin - PHP Static Site Generator
Sculpin takes data sources such as text files (Markdown, Textile, etc.) and transforms them using Twig templates to produce a set of static HTML files that can be deployed to almost any hosting platform.
Visit sculpin.io for more information.
There is also a collection of Sculpin "skeletons" to help you hit the ground running with your next Sculpin website.
Skeletons are starting points for a new Sculpin based site. They include the basic structure of a site, such as Twig-based layout files and the supporting templates for generating pagination interfaces and listing your content by custom-defined categories.
In Sculpin, a metadata property such as a category or tag is called a "taxonomy", and the Blog skeletons below also provide taxonomy layouts to help you organize and categorize your content in multiple ways.
While you can always start a site from scratch, using a skeleton is a good way to get a bunch of structure in place with little or no effort.
Unless otherwise noted, the following skeletons are barebones. They have minimal styling and design, and are intended to help you get started with adding all of your own style and flavor.
- Blog Skeleton A minimal Sculpin based blog, based on an older version of Bootstrap CSS.
- Tailwind Blog Skeleton A basic Sculpin-based blog, with updated styling and configuration in place based on the Tailwind utility-first CSS framework.
- Tailwind Landing Page Skeleton Ideal for a Company or Product website, this skeleton focuses on a single product page as an example - no blog in sight. The design is responsive and mobile-friendly, thanks to TailwindCSS.
Skeletons can be combined with the
composer create-project command to clone
Sculpin and install dependencies at the same time:
# Bootstrap Blog composer create-project sculpin/blog-skeleton my-blog # Tailwind Blog composer create-project beryllium/sculpin-tailwind-blog-skeleton my-blog # Tailwind Product Landing Page composer create-project beryllium/sculpin-tailwind-landing-skeleton my-company
MIT, see LICENSE.
Want to get involved? Here are a few ways:
- Mention @getsculpin on Twitter
- Participate in Sculpin's GitHub Project
Not Invented Here
There are other fine projects from which Sculpin has been inspired. If you are looking for a stable project with an established community, try something from the following list: