There’re some other params from the original vienna theme I’ve not used so far. They probably work, but there’s no guarantee:
# Social accounts. Link to these accounts are displayed in the header and
twitter = "Your Twitter username"
github = "Your GitHub username"
gitlab = "Your GitLab username"
linkedin = "Your LinkedIn username"
googleplus = "Your Google+ user id"
facebook = "Your Facebook username"
reddit = "Your Reddit username"
hackernews = "Your Hacker News username"
stackoverflow = "Your Stackoverflow user id (number)"
keybase = "Your keybase.io username"
instagram = "Your Instagram username"
# Disqus shortname
disqus = "Your disqus shortname"
# Google Analytics API key.
ga_api_key = "Your Google Analytics tracking id"
# Mixpanel API key.
mixpanel_api_key = "Your Mixpanel API key"
Params of posts (front matter)
There’re some options you can set in the header of a post or page:
# The date will be at the bottom of the page at the "Posted on ..." label
date = "2018-08-13T15:38:27+02:00"
title = "Erster Eintrag"
draft = true
author = "hauke"
# The summary will be shown at the start page or other page/post lists
summary = "Dies ist nur ein Testbeitrag um die Website zu testen."
# This will ensure that the date is not printed
noshowdate = true
This theme will read the information of an author based on the language code of a page.
To support multiple authors, create a data/<lang>/authors/name.toml file (so e.g. data/en/authors/hauke96.toml). This file contains information about the author:
name = "Your name"
avatar = "/images/avatar.jpg"
contact = "mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org"
bio = "Something about you"
To support multiple languages, create multiple directories in the data directory. So for German as second language (languageCode would be de) the above example would also have a data/de/authors/hauke96.toml file.
Use the normal hugo -t option to specify the theme:
hugo server -t hamburg
The theme must be available in the ./themes/hamburg/ folder.