Note: Demo might be buggy because of absolute/relative links.
What it’s meant to be
Initially I designed this theme for my own blog, but I decided to make it an open source project, because I thought other people might like it, too.
If you want to use it feel free to do so, but be prepared to learn some SVG if you want to adapt the theme to your wishes.
copy the file sample-config.toml to your project folder
replace the file with your config file
adapt the config according to your wishes
you are good to go
responsive use of inline SVG
Timeline on the homepage
Single pages to write your content
spread some unstructured content on the playground
show reading time of articles
modern and nice to read design
responsive side or top bar, depending on apsect ratio
a comment section would be nice to have
responsive webdesign for most common screens (and smartphones)
Attention! This theme isn’t build with full Internet Explorer Support - feel free to create a merge request to add support.
Special thanks goes to Freepik, Daniel Bruce and Plainicon from www.flaticon.com for their great icons! Furthermore I would like to thank CrimsonRay, the creator of the slender-Theme. He inspired me to make my own theme and I reused some of his code.
Last but not least, I would like to thank the creator and all the contributors at Hugo for their great work!