Skim is a one-page boilerplate for publishing content on GitHub. It's designed specifically for hosting on GitHub using GitHub Pages and serving up locally using Jekyll. Take a peek at the demo below and see how simple it is to roll your own site without having to use fancy code.
Clone from GitHub and go into the directory (~3 seconds). Directory size hovers around ~35 KB.
$ git clone -o master https://github.com/caleorourke/skim.git $ cd skim
Install Bundler (~5 seconds).
$ gem install bundler
Install runtime dependencies (~15 seconds).
$ bundle install
Roll Your Own
Make a fresh clone and go into the directory.
$ git clone https://github.com/username/milk.git $ cd milk
Create a new
$ git checkout --orphan gh-pages
Copy the contents from /skim to /milk.
$ cp -r ~/skim/* ~/milk
Push your site to GitHub.
$ git add . $ git commit -a -m "first commit" $ git push origin gh-pages
Anyone is welcome to submit an issue or request. All we ask is that you glance through our contributing guidelines first.
Code and documentation is licensed under the MIT license.