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Indigo Minimalist Jekyll Template - Demo · Build Status

This is a simple and minimalist template for Jekyll for those who likes to eat noodles.

What has inside | Setup | Settings | How to

What has inside


  1. ⭐️ to the project. 🤘
  2. Fork the project Indigo
  3. Edit _config.yml with your data (check settings section)
  4. Write some posts :bowtie:

If you want to test locally on your machine, do the following steps also:

  1. Install Jekyll, NodeJS and Bundler.
  2. Clone the forked repo on your machine
  3. Enter the cloned folder via terminal and run bundle install
  4. Then run bundle exec jekyll serve --config _config.yml,_config-dev.yml
  5. Open it in your browser: http://localhost:4000
  6. Test your app with bundle exec htmlproofer ./_site
  7. Do you want to use the jekyll-admin plugin to edit your posts? Go to the admin panel: http://localhost:4000/admin. The admin panel will not work on GitHub Pages, only locally.


You must fill some informations on _config.yml to customize your site.

name: John Doe
bio: 'A Man who travels the world eating noodles'
picture: 'assets/images/profile.jpg'

and lot of other options, like width, projects, pages, read-time, tags, related posts, animations, multiple-authors, etc.

How To?

Check the FAQ if you have any doubt or problem.


MIT License © Sérgio Kopplin

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