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README.md

Binario

Binario is a responsive card-based & code-light Hugo theme.

Demo (Fast update) | Standart Demo

Binario theme screenshot

Features:

  • Responsive
  • Card-based list layout
  • Color themes
  • Internal Hugo templates (Open Graph, Schema, Twitter Cards, Google Analytics, Disqus comments)
  • Table of contents
  • Related content
  • MathJax

Table of Contents

Installation

First of all, you will need to install Hugo and create a new site. Also, you have git installed on your machine and you are familiar with basic git usage. After that, you ready to install Binario.

There are three different ways you can install Binario. Choose one of the installation methods listed below and follow the instructions.

For more information read the "Install and Use Themes".

Option A. Git clone

In your Hugo site directory, run:

git clone https://github.com/vimux/binario themes/binario

Next, edit your config.toml configuration file and add parameter:

theme = "binario"

Option B. Git submodule

In your Hugo site directory, run:

git submodule add https://github.com/vimux/binario themes/binario

Next, edit your config.toml configuration file and add parameter:

theme = "binario"

You can read the GitHub documentation for submodules or those found on Git's website for more information

Option C. Download ZIP and manual install

Download ZIP and extract to the themes/binario within your Hugo website.

Next, edit your config.toml configuration file and add parameter:

theme = "binario"

You can run your site in Hugo server mode:

hugo server

Now you can go to localhost:1313 webpage and the Binario theme should be visible.

After you make sure that Binario works, you may start customizing the theme if it's needed. You can change number of columns, activate footer social icons, share buttons and much more.

Configuration

Hugo uses the config.toml, config.yaml, or config.json (if found in the site root) as the default site config file. Here is Binario configuration example in TOML with all available theme-specific config params:

Config.toml example

baseurl = "/"
title = "Binario"
languageCode = "en-us"
paginate = "10" # Number of elements per page in pagination
theme = "binario"
disqusShortname = "" # Enable comments by entering your Disqus shortname
googleAnalytics = "" # Enable Google Analytics by entering your tracking id

[Author] # Used in authorbox
  name = "John Doe"
  bio = "John Doe's true identity is unknown. Maybe he is a successful blogger or writer."
  avatar = "img/avatar.png"

[Params]
  description = "Responsive card-based & code-light Hugo theme" # Site Description. Used in meta description
  copyright = "Binario" # Copyright holder, otherwise will use .Site.Title
  opengraph = true # Enable OpenGraph if true
  schema = true # Enable Schema
  twitter_cards = true # Enable Twitter Cards if true
  columns = 2 # Set the number of cards columns. Possible values: 1, 2, 3
  mainSections = ["post"] # Set main page sections
  dateFormat = "January 02, 2006" # Change the format of dates
  colorTheme = "" # dark-green, dark-blue, dark-red, dark-violet
  customCSS = ["css/custom.css"] # Include custom CSS files
  customJS = ["js/custom.js"] # Include custom JS files
  mainMenuAlignment = "right" # Align main menu (desktop version) to the right side
  authorbox = true # Show authorbox at bottom of single pages if true
  comments = true # Enable comments for all site pages
  related = true # Enable Related content for single pages
  relatedMax = 5 # Set the maximum number of elements that can be displayed in related block. Optional
  mathjax = true # Enable MathJax for all site pages
  mathjaxPath = "https://cdnjs.cloudflare.com/ajax/libs/mathjax/2.7.6/MathJax.js" # Specify MathJax path. Optional
  mathjaxConfig = "TeX-AMS-MML_HTMLorMML" # Specify MathJax config. Optional
  hideNoPostsWarning = false # Don't show no posts empty state warning in main page, if true

[Params.Entry]
  meta = ["date", "categories"] # Enable meta fields in given order
  toc = true # Enable Table of Contents
  tocOpen = true # Open Table of Contents block. Optional

[Params.Featured]
  previewOnly = false # Show only preview featured image

[Params.Breadcrumb]
  enable = true # Enable breadcrumb block globally
  homeText = "Binario" # Home node text

[Params.Social]
  email = "example@example.com"
  facebook = "username"
  twitter = "username"
  telegram = "username"
  instagram = "username"
  pinterest = "username"
  vk = "username"
  linkedin = "username"
  github = "username"
  gitlab = "username"
  stackoverflow = "numberid"
  mastodon = "https://some.instance/@username"
  medium = "username"

[Params.Share] # Entry Share block
  facebook = true
  twitter = true
  reddit = true
  telegram = true
  linkedin = true
  vk = true
  pocket = true
  pinterest = true

# Web App Manifest settings
# https://www.w3.org/TR/appmanifest/
# https://developers.google.com/web/fundamentals/web-app-manifest/
[Params.Manifest]
  name = "Binario"
  shortName = "Binario"
  display = "browser"
  startUrl = "/"
  backgroundColor = "#2a2a2a"
  themeColor = "#1b1b1b"
  description = "Responsive card-based & code-light Hugo theme"
  orientation = "portrait"
  scope = "/"

[outputFormats]
  [outputFormats.MANIFEST]
    mediaType = "application/json"
    baseName = "manifest"
    isPlainText = true
    notAlternative = true

[outputs]
  home = ["HTML", "RSS", "MANIFEST"]

For more information about Hugo configuration files and all common configuration settings, please read "Configure Hugo" from Hugo official documentation.

Front Matter example

Hugo supports three formats for front matter: yaml, toml and json. Here is Front Matter example in YAML:

---
# Common-Defined params
title: "Example article title"
date: "2017-08-21"
lastmod: "2018-12-21"
description: "Example article description"
categories:
  - "Category 1"
  - "Category 2"
tags:
  - "Tag"
  - "Another tag"
menu: main # Add page to a menu. Options: main, footer

# Theme-Defined params
comments: true # Enable/disable Disqus comments for specific page
authorbox: true # Enable/disable Authorbox for specific page
toc: true # Enable/disable Table of Contents for specific page
tocOpen: true # Open Table of Contents block for specific page
mathjax: true # Enable/disable MathJax for specific page
related: true # Enable/disable Related content for specific page
meta:
  - date
  - categories
featured:
  url: image.jpg # relative path of the image
  alt: A scale model of the Eiffel tower # alternate text for the image
  caption: Eiffel tower model # image caption
  credit: Unknown author # image credit
  previewOnly: false # show only preview image (true/false)
---

For more information about front matter variables and formats read "Hugo Front Matter" from Hugo official documentation.

Configuration options

Binario includes some customizable configuration options that may be useful.

Columns

By default, Binario works with two columns card layout (if it possible by screen size) for list pages, but you can also use one or three columns layout. Change Params.columnsto preferable value (from 1 to 3). You can also change this option for specific list pages in frontmatter params.

Custom CSS

If you want to include custom CSS files, you need to assign an array of references in site config file (config.toml by default) like following:

[Params]
  customCSS = ["css/custom.css"]

Of course, you can reference as many CSS files as you want. Their paths need to be relative to the static folder of your Hugo site:

[Params]
  customCSS = ["css/custom.css", "css/another.css"]

All custom CSS files will be added in the head section of a baseof.html right after the built-in CSS file.

Custom JS

You can add custom JavaScript files by assigning an array of references in site config file (config.toml by default) like following:

[Params]
  customJS = ["js/custom.js"]

And of course, just like with custom CSS, you can reference as many JS files as you want. Their paths need to be relative to the static folder of your Hugo site:

[Params]
  customJS = ["js/custom.js", "js/another.js"]

All custom JS files will be added before closing body tag of a baseof.html file.

Entry Meta

Entry metadata are relevant information about your entry such as published date, last modified date, category, etc. You may activate meta fields with meta parameter under the [Params.Entry] config section:

[Params.Entry]
  meta = ["date", "categories"]

Related Content

Binario uses default Related Content Hugo feature to provide "See Also"-like section. You can activate "Related Content" section with .Site.Params.related parameter.

More information available at Hugo Related Content

Share Buttons

To display share buttons, set up [Params.Share] specific parameters in your site config file.

Available share buttons: Facebook, Twitter, Reddit, Telegram, LinkedIn, VK, Pocket, Pinterest

Featured Image

There are two main different ways to add a featured image for a page.

Option 1. Put featured.* or thumbnail.* image file in the page bundle.

Option 2. Put any image in the page bundle & specify featured param in the page's front matter.

You may put any image in the page bundle and specify featured param in the page's front matter:

featured: image.jpg

Or you can add some additional params like alt, caption, credit and previewOnly:

featured:
  url: image.jpg
  alt: A scale model of the Eiffel tower standing on a map
  caption: Eiffel tower model
  credit: Unknown author
  previewOnly: false

Note: caption and credit appear only on single pages, not summaries.

Breadcrumb

Breadcrumb navigation is a hierarchical navigation menu presented as a trail of links. The main purpose of breadcrumb is to help users navigate in the site hierarchy.

For enabling breadcrumb partial globally (for all single and list pages), use enable param under the [Params.Breadcrumb] section of your config.toml file:

[Params.Breadcrumb]
  enable = true

The global .Site.Params.Breadcrumb.enable param can be overridden for specific pages with breadcrumb front matter param:

breadcrumb: false

Footer Social Icons

With Binario, you have the option to display social icons in the footer. To display them, set up [Params.Social] specific parameters in your site config file.

Available social services: Email, Facebook, Twitter, Telegram, Instagram, Pinterest, VK, LinkedIn, GitHub, GitLab, Stack Overflow, Mastodon, Medium

Web App Manifest

Web App Manifest is a simple json file with basic site info like name, description, icons, etc. This file tells the browser about your web application and how it should behave when "installed" (as PWA) on the users mobile device or desktop.

To activate Web App Manifest, define MANIFEST as custom output format and include this for home Kind attribute in your site config file. Here's how to make it.

First of all, you should define MANIFEST custom output format [config.toml]:

[outputFormats]
  [outputFormats.MANIFEST]
    mediaType = "application/json"
    baseName = "manifest"
    isPlainText = true
    notAlternative = true

Then, include MANIFEST output format for home Kind attribute [config.toml]:

[outputs]
  home = ["HTML", "RSS", "MANIFEST"]

After that, Web App Manifest file will be generated. Still, it's better to specify [Params.Manifest] params to make sure that everything works as expected.

Web App Manifest Property .Site.Params.Manifest Key Default Value Type
name name .Site.Title required
short_name shortName .Site.Title required
display display browser required
start_url startUrl / required
background_color backgroundColor #2a2a2a recommended
theme_color themeColor #1b1b1b recommended
description description recommended
orientation orientation recommended
scope scope recommended
icons* required

* You can't customize manifest icons through config params, only replacing icons/192.png and icons/512.png files.


To verify that your manifest file is configured properly and works well, run Hugo server and open Chrome DevTools (Press F12 in Chrome) → Application → Manifest

If you use Apache as a web server, you may have difficulty accessing files in the icons folder within your root dir. Check Issue #4 for more information.

Contributing

Have a bug? Please open a new issue.

Pull requests are very welcome too, but please make sure they match the existing contributing guide.

License

Binario is licensed under the MIT License.

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