The theme ships with a default site icon (favicon) that is used in the tab in your browser but also the shortcut icon on mobile devices. To use your own favicon, just add it
to your sites assets directory /assets/images/favicon.(png|ico).
Favicons are best kept with an aspect ratio of 1:1.
To use cover images for the blog: set the useCover param to true.
useCover = true
To add a default cover image for your entire blog, name your image blog-cover.(jpg|png) and place in assets/images.
The cover-image.html template uses a cover image hierarchy which goes as:
cover.(png|jpg) in page bundle.
The coverLocation page param.
The coverLocation site param.
A .jpg image in the assets/images directory.
a .png image in the assets/images directory.
The templates use the coverLocation params with the resources.GetMatch Hugo template funcions which looks in the site’s /assets directory first and then the theme’s /assets directory.
This theme ships with a slightly altered monakai syntax highlighting stylesheet and more or less the default markup highlight configuration. To use it set the noClasses param to false in the markup highlight config.
noClasses = false
The theme’s base layout pulls in a css stylesheet which is a tiny variation on the monokai theme to handle the highlighting styles: /assets/css/syntax.css
The theme ships with a sidebar comes with a search form which has %like% behaviour for all of your page names.
To active the sidebar set the usesidebar site param to true in your config.toml
useSidebar = true
Google analytics, opengraph and twitter cards
This theme ships with standard support for Hugo’s Internal templates.
Load these into your site config like you would any other Hugo site.