A Jekyll version of the "Eventually" theme by HTML5 UP.
For those unfamiliar with how Jekyll works, check out https://jekyllrb.com/ for all the details, or read up on just the basics of front matter, writing posts, and creating pages.
gh-pages, then start editing the
_config.yml. Only social profiles buttons you enter in
config.ymlshow up on the site footer!
If you would like to report a bug, ask a question, request a feature, feel free to do so on the GitLab repository and I will be more than happy to help!
Alternatively, you can open an issue via email by emailing email@example.com.
The GitHub repository is simply a mirror of the GitLab repository.
Original README from HTML5 UP:
Eventually by HTML5 UP html5up.net | @ajlkn Free for personal and commercial use under the CCA 3.0 license (html5up.net/license) Just a simple placeholder template for your kickass app/product/startup/whatever until it launches. Includes an email signup form and a cool slideshow background (more on both below). Demo images* courtesy of Unsplash, a radtastic collection of CC0 (public domain) images you can use for pretty much whatever. (* = not included) AJ firstname.lastname@example.org | @ajlkn Signup Form: The signup form won't actually do anything (other than report back with a "thank you" message) until you tie it to either a third party service (eg. MailChimp) or your own hosted solution. In either case, there are two ways to go: 1. The conventional (non-AJAX) way, which pretty much comes down to pointing the form's "action" attribute to your service/script URL. If you go this route, remove the entire "Signup Form" code block from assets/js/main.js (since it's not needed for this approach). -or- 2. The AJAX way. How you set this up is largely dependent on the service/solution you're using so you'll need to consult their/its documentation. However, I have included some basic code (under "Signup Form" in assets/js/main.js) that will at least let you interact with the form itself. Slideshow Background: This is pretty straightforward, but there are two JS settings you'll want to be aware of (found under "Slideshow Background" in assets/js/main.js): images The list of images to cycle through, given in the following format: 'url': 'alignment' Where 'url' is the image (eg. 'assets/images/foo.jpg', 'http://somewhere.else/foo.jpg'), and 'alignment' is how the image should be vertically aligned ('top', 'center', or 'bottom'). Note: Browsers that don't support CSS transitions (like IE<=9) will only see the first image. delay How long to wait between transitions (in ms). Note that this must be at least twice as long as the transition speed itself (currently 3 seconds). Credits: Demo Images: Unsplash (unsplash.com) Icons: Font Awesome (fortawesome.github.com/Font-Awesome) Other: html5shiv.js (@afarkas @jdalton @jon_neal @rem) Respond.js (j.mp/respondjs) Skel (skel.io)
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