The theme supports syntax highlighting thanks to highlight.js, which is turned on by default. Checkout out the available palette options here. Note highlightStyle param should be hyphen-separated lowercase.
Make sure your main languages render well and keep control on the languages that get special highlighted.
For best aesthetics with dark-mode, I reccommend choosing a light background style that matches your accent color.
This theme comes equipped with stock favicons modeled as hex stickers.
To update those, pick out an image and head over to RealFaviconGenerator. Go through their build process and append the path /img/favicon/ at the last step when you download. Just unzip and drop all of the new files in quick/static/img/favicon/. Now you have favicons for everything from tablets to tiles, that’s tight.
The site logo defaults to using the 192x192 Android favicon but you can change the path for logo param in config.toml. This could be a headshot, another hex-sticker or something completely different, but if you want to change the image dimensions drastically, you may have to tweak layouts/index.html directly to get a good result.
You must change baseURL to your current domain for this feature to work properly.
baseURL = "your_domain.com"
The current set up has two TwitterCard/OpenGraph options depending on the params you specify in your post’s front matter. If you add the param twitter_img to a post, with the valid image path, then a summary card with large image will be shown. If you don’t provide twitter_img then a summary card with the site logo will be shown instead. For best scaling large image summary wants a 2:1 ratio image and regular summary wants 1:1. The post exampleSite/creating-a-new-theme.md has been tweaked to include these new params, so you can template and test off of that.
The summary description will use the one provided in a post’s front matter if it exists or use the generic site description from config.toml. You should also adjust the twitterAuthor and twitterSite params in config.toml to point to your account. You can check how your cards are rendering once your website is being publish with the TwitterCard Validator.
This theme is something I have been working on for the last 6-months and feel like it is finally ready (enough) to share with the world. I’m sure there a wrinkles in some of it that I have yet to find.
If you get unexpected behavior post an issue and try to keep it as minimal as possible. Ideally bug reports would be reproducible using the QuickStart tutorial plus whatever changes cause the problem.
Pull requests are literally the best thing since ever, so if you have the idea (and the time) to add something to min_night do it! I promise I will respond quickly.