To experiment with this code, add some sample content and run
bundle exec jekyll serve – this directory is setup just like a Jekyll site!
Add this line to your Jekyll site's
gem "business-card-jekyll-theme", git: "https://github.com/nikolapeja6/business-card-jekyll-theme"
And add this line to your Jekyll site's
or, in case you are using GitHub Pages, the line should be:
And then execute:
from the root of the project.
Add some or all of the following settings in the
_config.yml file in order to configure your business card.
The majority of the settings are optional, while a few have predefined default values
(which can be overridden by assigning an empty string
"" as the value of that setting).
# General settings title: Business Card theme background: color: rgb(43,42,51) foreground: color: whitesmoke # Card info card: name: John Doe titles: Software Engineer | Student # Profiles profiles: github: octocat youtube: user/YouTube twitter: twitter instagram: instagram facebook: facebook linkedin: company/linkedin stackoverflow: 1 twitch: twitch
Note: You can take a look at the
demobranch of this repo for an example of how to setup the theme.
Note: You can take a look at
https://nikolapeja6.github.io/business-card-jekyll-theme/to see how the site should look like after being built.
To set up your environment to develop this theme, run
The theme is setup just like a normal Jekyll site! To test the theme, run
bundle exec jekyll serve and open your browser at
The icons used in this project are obtained form iconfinder under a "Free for commercial use" license, and can be view in this collection.
The theme is available as open source under the terms of the MIT License.