Mickey is a minimal one-column, responsive theme for Jekyll.
Make sure to run
gem update jekyll if you aren’t on the latest version or
gem install jekyll if this is your first time installing it.
If you want to use Mickey, please follow these steps:
npm installto install the dependencies for the theme contained in
_config.ymlwith your own info and replace demo posts and pages with your own. Full details below.
Mickey includes some customizable options:
By default, we use the following:
--- layout: post title: "your post title" date: 2015-02-11T13:04:19+05:45 # XML Schema Date/Time last_modified_at: 2015-03-15T05:20:00+05:45 # last page modified date/time excerpt: "for meta description" # Optional for overwriting content excerpt categories: your post categories # ["category1"] - best is to have one category in a post tags: your post tags # ["tag1", "tag2", "tag3"] - you can have several post tags image: feature: your post featured image file name # image.jpg, suggested size: 2000x700px topPosition: 0px # top position for featured image if needed bgContrast: dark # Featured image contrast bgGradientOpacity: darker # darker or lighter - control featured image opacity ---
To replace logos with your own, simply update the following files in
Vertical rhythm and spacing are mostly handled by typebase.css. If you want to change any settings related to typography (e.g. fonts, type scale...etc), please do it in
We have two types of blockquote design:
// For large featured quote <blockquote class="largeQuote">...</blockquote> // For normal quote // Use 'u--startsWithDoubleQuote' class only when the quote starts with a double quote <blockquote class="u--startsWithDoubleQuote"></blockquote>
If a paragraph starts with a quotation market, please add the following to support hanging quotes:
<p class="u--startsWithDoubleQuote"> ... </p>
To maintain vertical rhythm and spacing, I suggest using the following CSS class (e.g.
img--16xLeading) to control the image height:
<div class="img img--fullContainer img--14xLeading" style="background-image: url();"></div>
You can reference
_scss/_images.scss for details.
Mickey has two branches, but only one is used for active development.
masterfor development. All pull requests should be submitted against
gh-pagesfor our hosted landing page. Please avoid using this branch.
During development, simply run
gulp in terminal and it will compile the jekyll site, compile Sass, create post thumbnails, launch BrowserSync & watch files for changes and recompile.
Source Sass files are located in
_scss/, included into
main.scss, and compile to
Post thumbnails are automatically resized via Gulp's image resize package, and moved to
assets/images/thumbnails. Any featured images you put in
assets/images/hero will be automatically created
Open sourced under the MIT license.
Disclaimer: This Jekyll theme is not affiliated with Disney. Obviously :)