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README.md

hikari

Hikari is an open-source Jekyll theme perfect for bloggers and developers who want the best of both worlds: sharing snippets and stories/pictures of their latest vacation in Tokyo (that's just for the example, you may want to go to Kyoto too).

But Hikari is also:

  • Simple & elegant
  • Fluid, responsive
  • Lightweight (no JS library has been abused during the development of this theme thanks to my buddy Julien)
  • & packed with syntax highlighting for you coders (thanks to Jekyll & Pygments)

View demo

How to install

  1. Clone this repo
  2. Customize _config.yml and _includes/header.html
  3. Publish (with Github Pages, it's free!) :)

Development

  • master for development and pull requests.
  • gh-pages for the demo page; don't bother.

Running locally

  1. Clone this repo
  2. Install required dependencies with Bundler

    bundle install
    
  3. Run the site with Jekyll

    bundle exec jekyll serve --watch
    
  4. Visit the site at http://localhost:4000

Author

Mathieu Mayer-Mazzoli

Main Contributors

Ross Allen

Julien Rousseau

License

Open source. MIT license.