Type theme comes with different customizations in the
title: Type email: '' description: '' baseurl: '' # The subpath of your site, e.g. /blog url: '' # The base hostname & protocol for your site twitter: '' github: '' instagram: '' facebook: '' markdown: kramdown permalink: pretty paginate: 60 sass: style: compressed gems: - jekyll-paginate - jekyll/tagging include: - _pages exclude: - vendor - Gemfile - Gemfile.lock # Tags tag_page_dir: tag tag_page_layout: tag_page tag_permalink_style: pretty # Pages path defaults: - scope: path: '_pages' values: permalink: /:basename:output_ext
To run the theme locally, navigate to the theme directory and run
bundle install to install the dependencies, then run
jekyll serve to start the Jekyll server.
I would recommend checking the Deployment Methods page on Jekyll website.
To create a new post, you can create a new markdown file inside the
_posts directory by following the recommended file structure.
The following is a post file with different configurations you can add as an example:
--- layout: post title: Welcome to Jekyll! featured: true tags: [frontpage, jekyll, blog] image: '/images/welcome.jpg' ---
You can set the author, featured or not, tags, and the post image.
featured key is to mark the post as a featured post, this will add a simple star icon (*) to the postcard.
To keep things more organized, add post images to /images/pages directory, and add page images to /images/pages directory.
To create a draft post, create the post file under the _drafts directory, and you can find more information at Working with Drafts.
For tags, try to not add space between two words, for example,
Ruby on Rails, could be something like (
Note that tags are not working with GitHub Pages, that's because the used jekyll-tagging plugin is not whitelisted by GitHub.
To make this work, I use Netlify.com for deployment.
To create a new page, just create a new markdown file inside the
The following is the
about.md file that you can find as an example included in the theme with the configurations you can set.
--- layout: page title: About image: '/images/pages/about.jpeg' ---
Things you can change are:
The navigation on the sidebar will automatically include all the links to the pages you have created.
_includes/disqus.html file, and change the
aspirethemes-demos value on line
12 with your Disqus account shortname.
s.src = '//aspirethemes-demo.disqus.com/embed.js';
So, if your Disqus shortname is
exampleone, the final code above should be
s.src = '//exampleone.disqus.com/embed.js';
That's all you need to setup Disqus from the theme side. If you get any issue regarding that comments are unable to load. First, make sure you have registered your website with Disqus (Step 1)
And also check Disqus troubleshooting guide if you still have issues.
Social media links included in
The theme is using Evil Icons, which contains very simple and clean icons. The following is a list of the social media icons to use:
<span data-icon='ei-sc-twitter' data-size='s'></span>
<span data-icon='ei-sc-facebook' data-size='s'></span>
<span data-icon='ei-sc-instagram' data-size='s'></span>
<span data-icon='ei-sc-pinterest' data-size='s'></span>
<span data-icon='ei-sc-vimeo' data-size='s'></span>
<span data-icon='ei-sc-google-plus' data-size='s'></span>
<span data-icon='ei-sc-soundcloud' data-size='s'></span>
<span data-icon='ei-sc-tumblr' data-size='s'></span>
<span data-icon='ei-sc-youtube' data-size='s'></span>
You can find the current favicon (favicon.ico) inside the theme root directory, just replace it with your new favicon.
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