pelican-svbtle-responsive is a responsive theme for Pelican, it is my hack of a svbtle-like theme.
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README.md

SVTLE RESPONSIVE THEME

pelican-svbtle-responsive is a responsive theme for Pelican, it is my hack of a svbtle-like theme.

Demo

You can see the theme in action.

screenshot

Features

  • Clean and responsive design
  • Disqus Comments
  • Customizable Syntax highlighting via pygments
  • Google analytics
  • Twitter cards
  • semantic tags for google, facebook and twitter
  • Responsive Videos using fitvids
  • Printer friendly pages

Installation

Clone the repository, edit your pelicanconf.py and modify the THEME variable to make it point to the downloaded theme location.

Configurations

The following global variables can be added to you pelicanconf.py for use different features of this theme. See sample configuration here and here.

  • GOOGLE_ANALYTICS your UA-XYZ code

  • TWITTER_USERNAME your twitter username (optional)

  • GOOGLE_PLUS_PROFILE_URL your google plus profile url (optional)

  • USER_LOGO_URL you don't need to replace the logo placeholder, instead put your logo in content/images/your_logo.png and make this point to SITEURL + '/static/images/your_logo.png'

  • DISQUS_SITENAME set this to enable disqus comments in articles

  • TAGLINE some text rendered right below the logo

  • INTERNET_DEFENSE_LEAGUE set this to True if you want to enable the Internet Defense League code

  • COPY_TEXT_PLUS set this to True if you want to add Read More at page-url when a text from the blog article is copied by someone.

Development

npm install
gulp

A different Pygmentize theme can be used by editing ./Makefile and running make pygments.

Author

pelican-svbtle-responsive is authored by Saurabh Kumar (@_theskumar)

License

MIT