Avocado is a Bootstrap 4 based, clean, minimal Jekyll theme.
The theme is suitable for personal, blog, portfolio or a company website. The highlight of this theme is the blog section.
Bootsrap 4 Based
Avocado is built on the latest Bootstrap 4 Framework. The theme can be easily customized.
We have selected fonts that go with the design and highly legible. The focus is on the content.
Just add a class to your video iframe to make it responsive. For example
video class to any iframe makes it responsive in Avocado.
Only 4 posts are shown in one page. Older posts are paginated. Check it out. You can change the number of posts in configuration.
Breadcrumbs are generated for every page and post automatically. The default one looks like this.
The color changes with the color scheme.
Auto generated TOC
Table of contents is automatically generated for each post.
Disqus comments is pre-installed. Just sign-up, get a shortname and update the variable
disqus in the configuration.
Disqus is configured so that your page load speed will not slow down. Disqus loads when the user goes all the way to the bottom of an article!
If you do not mention the
disqus: value in configuration then the disqus comments code will not be included in the website.
The website uses Google Analytics for tracking visitors. Use your own UA code in the configuration. Analytics code will not be used in the website if you do not mention UA code.
Search anything from your articles in an instant.
Auto generated feed and sitemap
While scrolling through the page, you may observe some important elements fade in slowly. These elements will attract user attention.
It will be a pleasure reading content on avocado through a smartphone. Try it to know it.
The website is w3c compliant. We have tried to keep it without any errors.
Other simple stuff
We have given special importance in designing things like reading time, tags, share buttons, recent articles etc…
Right after the purchase, you will get a zip folder with the following files.
You can serve this locally using the command
bundle exec jekyll serve.
Make necessary changes in the _config.yml, _data/main.yml and wherever it is necessary.
All these files can be put in a repository(GitHub, GitLab etc) or hosting service where Jekyll is supported.
If Jekyll is not supported, then use the _site/ folder which is actually a complete rendered website in itself.
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We provide 6 months support.
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✓ Get assistance with reported bugs and issues.
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