The theme will look for the theme parts in layouts/partials/navs/, layouts/partials/headers/, and layouts/partials/footers/ accordingly. For instance, with nav = "simple", it will look for layouts/partials/navs/simple.html.
Supported home styles
The following home page styles are included for content/_index.md:
bare, no scaffolding, giving you total control over the structure.
simple, just a plain bootstrap row and col-8.
no_row, just a bootstrap container, giving you full flexibility to fill the container.
In the simple home page style a list of Regular Pages (not the generated pages) is shown. You can disable this autogenerated list by specifying showGeneratedList to false in the Site or Page parameters. By setting homeSections in the Site parameters you can specify which sections should be shown on the home page. E.g. homeSections = [ "posts" ] will only show pages from the posts section. If homeSections is not specified, all RegularPages are shown.
Supported page header styles
The following page header styles are included:
simple, just a plain centered title and subtitle.
image_header, a screen-wide header image (located in headerImage) with the title and subtitle on it.
Supported footer styles
The following footer styles are included:
simple, just a copyright statement and the option to have a limited number of links in the footer. Links are taken from .Params.footerLinks.
bar_with_2_columns, a gray bar at the bottom with two columns (left aligned and right aligned). Links are taken from .Params.footerLinksColumn1 and .Params.footerLinksColumn2.
By default a breadcrumb bar is shown at the top of each page other than Home. You can disable showing the breadcrumb bar at a site or page level by setting showBreadcrumbs to false.
After Bootstrap and this theme’s CSS file (/static/css/theme.css), the empty local CSS file (/static/css/local.css) is included which you can override in your own site.
Assuming you already signed up for Google Analytics, you can add your Google Tracking ID to the googleAnalytics parameter in config.toml. It will then automatically include Google Analytics code in your site.
When DisqusShortname is set in your site’s config, all regular pages will have Disqus enabled at the bottom. You can disable this on a page-by-page basis by setting comments to false in a page’s front matter.