This project is no longer being maintained. Check https://github.com/solutionroute/ for any newer Hugo themes.
Hugo-smorg (small-org? smorgasbord?) is a responsive mobile-first Bulma-powered, reasonably minimalistic Hugo (https://gohugo.io/) theme for an individual blogger or a small organization to adapt as need be.
Current release: v0.7, April 4 2018 - see CHANGELOG; this project is being updated daily at present - following HEAD is best. If you are using the theme and spot issues or areas for improvement please let me know by opening an issue or submitting a PR.
An ongoing work in progress, I'm using Hugo-Smorg as a base for other projects.
- Remain easy to understand while also being easy to extend.
- Keep pace with current Hugo features and practicies.
- Avoid relying on config.yaml for too much customization.
- Keep HTML customizability effort low using template blocks and partials and CSS customizability options open via SASS / CSS.
- Produce output that will validate and load quickly by default.
- Mobile first thanks to Bulma, a SASS CSS framework alternative to Bootstrap.
- Themable itself via Bulmaswatch.
- Minimalistic in nature.
- Responsive site-wide drop-down capable navigation menu
- Simple "Subsection" pages possible with layout:subsection in front-matter.
- Breadcrumb-menu in subsection layout, available to others.
- Produces Atom syndication format with option to disable RSS.
- JSON-LD microdata
- Category and Tag taxonomies (partial page-meta)
- Themed mobile-friendly pagination.
- Includes syntax highlighting with a choice of colour themes.
- By default uses zero-wait modern system font stacks; easy integration with
a webfont via a couple lines of SASS and
npm run scss:min.
See the demo site for a live view.
Clone the repo:
git clone --recursive https://github.com/solutionroute/hugo-smorg.git
To view the theme:
cd exampleSite hugo server
(Optionally) install development dependencies:
To adapt the provided SASS produced CSS you'll need to install SASS and Bulma at the very least; the least painful way to go about this is via Nodejs and npm; Once those tools are installed, in the hugo-smorg theme directory:
This will install the dependencies listed in package.json including Bulma and
node-sass. You'll also find some handy run scripts including
npm run dev
which will build your site and SCSS/CSS files and reload automatically.