Simple and minimal Jekyll blog. Forked from Asko. Inspired from Klisé
Both had some issues with Github Pages, so I decided to make it work by losing as few features as possible. Now easly deployable on Github Pages, with:
- Responsive Design
- Dark/Ligh theme 🌗
- Inline CSS
- Anchor headings
- Tags & Tag pages
- 404 page
- Robots.txt 🤖
- Atom & Json feeds 📡
- About page, with Timeline! 🗣️
- PageSpeed and w3Validator tests PASSED ✔️
- Search bar 🔎
- Next & Previous Post ⏮️ ⏭️
- Improve SEO score on Lighthouse
Run local server:
$ git clone https://github.com/P0WEX/Gesko.git $ cd Gesko $ bundle install $ bundle exec jekyll build $ bundle exec jekyll serve
localhost:4000. You’re Welcome, Fork and be Stargazer. If you want to upload it to Github Pages, remember to update the
_congif.yml and if you are going to upload in a repo called yournickname.github.io, remember to update the `` to
http://amirreza.me/ . Note that there is also a gtag in the
_layouts/default.html, you should remove it.
To create new tag, create a folder in
tag/ with the name of the new one. In this folder add an
index.html file and just add this header:
--- layout: tag tag: yourNewTag ---
Then build again and you’re ready!!
Yeaaa feel free to open a pull request.
If you see any typos or formatting errors in a post, or want to helping reduce backlogs or any other issue that needs to be addressed, please do not hesitate to open a pull request and fix it!, please read contributing before PR.
This project is open source and available under the MIT License.