MemE has some special features for lazy bloggers. Such as:
Auto detect images for JSON-LD and Open Graph
Use posts’ taxonomies — such as categories and tags — or sections as keywords
Use GitHub flavored code fences instead of highlight shortcode for Syntax Highlighting
Use images’ title for caption instead of shortcode
Insert videos like images in Markdown
Use Hugo’s default Markdown engine for mathematical notation rendering instead of Mmark
MemE is highly customizable in typography. You can customize font family, font size, line height, and even content width by yourself.
MemE has Drop Cap & Small Cap features. You can set drop cap or enable drop cap after every horizontal rule tag (<hr />) — behaved like The New Yorker — for your posts. You can also set Small Cap for your posts’ headings.
Moreover, MemE has two different paragraph style: margin and indent. You would get a paragraph style like a book if you set paragraph style to indent. Also, MemE has a special layout for poetry.
For Chinese users, MemE has a new Markdown syntax to render emphasis point. How to use it? ..文字... Of course, you can set enableEmphasisPoint to false if you don’t use it.
Another special feature for Chinese users is glyph correction. It’s very useful if you set English fonts before Chinese fonts, which makes some Chinese punctuation glyphs incorrect.
This theme’s documentation is still under development, you can watch MemE if you are interested.