cacheBustCSS: true # Add a cache busting hash on styles.css
cacheBustJS: true # Add a cache busting hash on script.js
copyright: "This site is licensed under a
[Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International License]
dateformat: "" # Set the date format, default to "2 January, 2006"
favicon: "" # Relative path to favicon in json feed, no leading slash.
feedlinks: true # Show feed links in the footer.
footer: "A [example.org](https://example.org/) production."
icon: "" # Relative path to icon in json feed, no leading slash.
image: "" # Relative path to site image in JSON-LD, no leading slash.
imageMaxWidth: "" # Max width for images added via figure shortcode.
jquery: true # Add jQuery
languageDir: "" # Set ltr or rtl, defaults to ltr.
logo: false # Turn off the logo.
microUsername: "" # Your micro.blog username.
mobileMenu: true # Turn on a mobile menu on small screens.
piwikSiteId: # Piwik site id
piwikTrackerUrl: "" # Piwik url, schemaless and no slash on end (example.com/piwik).
poweredby: true # Show powered by hugo in footer
search: true # Site search with DuckDuckGo.
searchSize: 20 # Search field size, default 20.
sidebar: true # Show a sidebar to the right
submitted: true # Show author and date information for a post.
English and Swedish translations are included and you can easily add more to the i18n site directory.
A language selector will be included on sites with more than one language. Add a LanguageName parameter to your language configuration, this is what will be displayed in the selector.
The language selector will link to a translation of the current page if it exist and to the front page if it does not.
The package.json file in your new sub-theme contains the versions of all the
Node.js software you need. To install them run:
Install the gulp-cli tool globally. Normally, installing a Node.js globally
is not recommended, which is why both Gulp and Grunt have created wrapper
commands that will allow you to run “gulp” or “grunt” from anywhere, while
using the local version of gulp or grunt that is installed in your project.
To install gulp’s global wrapper, run:
npm install -g gulp-cli
The default gulp task will build your production minified CSS,
To run the default gulp task, type: