Casper theme from Ghost Foundation
CASPER theme for hugo
- Google Analytics (optional)
- Disqus ( can disable comments by content)
- Share buttons on Facebook, Twitter, Google (can disable share by content)
- Big cover image (optional)
- Custom cover by content (optional)
- Syntax Highlighting
Theme usage and asumptions
- All blog posts are in the
- The homepage displays a paginated list of contents from the post Section (other contents may be added to main menu, see bellow)
Installing this theme
mkdir themes cd themes git clone https://github.com/vjeantet/hugo-theme-casper casper
Build your website with this theme
hugo server -t casper
BaseUrl= "http://example.com/" LanguageCode= "fr-FR" Title= "My blog is awesome" paginate = 5 DisqusShortname = "YOUR_SHORT_NAME_HERE" Copyright = "All rights reserved - 2015" canonifyurls = true [params] description = "Welcome to my website" metadescription = Uused as 'description' meta tag for both home and index pages. If not set, 'description' will be used instead" cover = "images/cover.jpg" author = "Valère JEANTET" authorlocation = "Paris, France" authorwebsite = "http://vjeantet.fr" bio= "my bio" logo = "images/logo.png" googleAnalyticsUserID = "UA-79101-12" # Optional RSS-Link, if not provided it defaults to the standard index.xml RSSLink = "http://feeds.feedburner.com/..." githubName = "vjeantet" twitterName = "vjeantet" # facebookName = "" # linkedinName = "" # set true if you are not proud of using Hugo (true will hide the footer note "Proudly published with HUGO.....") hideHUGOSupport = false # Setting a value will load highlight.js and enable syntax highlighting using the style selected. # See https://github.com/isagalaev/highlight.js/tree/master/src/styles for available styles # A preview of above styles can be viewed at https://highlightjs.org/static/demo/ hjsStyle = "default" [params.social] twitter = "your_twitter"
Example : config.toml
Multiple authors configuration
In addition to providing data for a single author as shown in the example above, multiple authors can be configured via data/authors/*.(yml, toml, json) entries. If the key provided in .Site.Params.author matched a data/authors/* entry, it will be used as the default. Overrides per page can be done by a simple author = other_author_key entry in the front matter. For those pages where you want to omit the author block completely, a .Params.noauthor entry is also available.
Example author definition file:
name: John Doe bio: The most uninteresting man in the world. location: Normal, IL website: http://example.com thumbnail: images/john.png
Example override author per page file:
+++ author = "" date = "2014-07-11T10:54:24+02:00" title = "" ... +++ Contents here
On top right of the screen, a “Subscribe” button is displayed with a link to the RSS feed.
When you define a menu in the main config file, Then a menu button is displayed instead of the subscribe button When the use clicks the menu button, a sidebar appears and shows the subscribe button and all items defined in the main config file
:information_source: If your added a metadata like
menu="main"in a content file metadata, it will also be displayed in the main menu
Example of a menu definition in main config file.
[[menu.main]] name = "My Blog" weight = -120 identifier = "blog" url = "/" [[menu.main]] name = "About me" weight = -110 identifier = "about" url = "/about"
Metadata on each content file, example
+++ author = "" date = "2014-07-11T10:54:24+02:00" draft = false title = "dotScale 2014 as a sketch" slug = "dotscale-2014-as-a-sketch" tags = ["event","dotScale","sketchnote"] image = "images/2014/Jul/titledotscale.png" comments = true # set false to hide Disqus comments share = true # set false to share buttons menu = "" # set "main" to add this content to the main menu +++ Contents here
- :beetle: open an issue in github