alaGeek is an enhanced version of the
Cocoa theme featuring a customizable
homepage with different sections including the latest posts, syntax highlighting and
MathJax support and much more. It’s rewritten with Bootstrap 5.
~Feel free to open a pull-request to add your website here, I’ll check this list every new version. You don’t need to use the latest version of the theme.~
NEW UPDATE: I don’t use Hugo anymore. Please fork and develop if you still need this theme.
Social media links on the footer:
Homepage with latest and best posts.
Single pages, sections with a header and a list of articles
Syntax highlighting with highlightjs
Twitter cards support
LaTeX support with MathJax
Possibility to add extra scripts with footer_extra.html
High accessibility score
Pagination support in blog posts
General and post-specific Table of Contents support.
progressively: latest stable version
You can customize the fonts copying and editing style_main.html file. The defaults
Title: Merriweather Sans
Code: Fira Code
V3.0.0: REGENERATE PROJECT FROM SCRATCH
icon_back.html has been renamed icon_prev.html.
header_extra.html has been renamed head_extra.html.
HEAD tags have been moved to head.html.
All script lines have been moved to footer_extra.html.
highlight.css has been removed and a new partial template style_highlight.html has
V2.0.0: NEW MARKDOWN PARSERS
If you prefer to use Goldmark instead of Blackfriday for Markdown parser, you need to
set xhtml: true for activating progressively extension. Also, you need to set
unsafe: true if you use Bootstrap HTML components in Markdown files. Please take a
look at this document for
V2.0.0: BOOTSTRAP V5 MIGRATION
If you have a Bootstrap v4 specific customization on your theme, please take a look at
this document or keep your theme in the
old version v1.5.0.
HOW DARK MODE WORKS
It automatically reads your system or browser color scheme and activates the dark or
light mode. If you want to use dark mode in all cases, copy and move the main.css into
your static folder keeping the path, remove light-mode specific colors.
Licensed under the MIT License. See the LICENSE.md file for more details.