UNICEF Inventory theme, for use with Hugo. A simple knowledgebase to share information with others.
- Minimum Hugo Version: 0.64.0
- GitHub Stars: 13
- Updated: 2022-09-20
- License: MPL-2.0
- Tags: Bootstrap Contact Docs Minimal Multilingual Responsive
UNICEF Inventory theme
UNICEF Inventory theme, for use with Hugo static site generator. A simple knowledge-base to share information with others.
The UNICEF Inventory theme is designed to be a knowledge-base for thematic, indexed information. It was designed to meet a need for knowledge-transfer within the UNICEF Office of Innovation. The theme includes the following features:
Created with Bootstrap v4.
- Search bar with suggestions to perform simple searches across all content
- Brand and identity customization (colors, fonts, logos managed in config file)
- Frequently Asked Questions (F.A.Q.) shortcode for a spoiler dropdown in any content
- Admonitions to call out specific information and details in an article
- Author bylines to identify the author of an article and optionally their contact information
- Responsive design for a mobile-friendly navigation and user experience
- Multilingual support (U.S. English, Spanish/español included; others possible)
- Google Analytics support
- Contact form (e.g. Formspree)
- OpenGraph tag support (i.e. Twitter card metadata and other social media websites supported)
- Previous/Next buttons in articles for sequentially-ordered content
- Redirect post types to redirect the user to a URL hosted on an external website
- Team Profiles (example): Create a special post for a UNICEF Venture Fund start-up company with an open source product description and other metadata.
- DPG Standard indicators (example): Use two nested categories to highlight each of the nine Digital Public Goods Standard indicators, provide more information about the indicator, and show site articles that describe the indicator.
Browse other sites deployed using the UNICEF Inventory theme. If you use the theme in your Hugo site, please add your website to this README section as an example.
- UNICEF Open Source Inventory
- SustainOSS Design & UX knowledgebase
- UNICEF Toolkits:
See the installation guide. The guide provides recommended practices for deploying the UNICEF Inventory theme to GitHub Pages.
exampleSite/config.yaml for the example site configuration file.
:busts_in_silhouette: Contribute to the UNICEF Inventory theme
See the UNICEF Inventory theme
CONTRIBUTING.md for contribution guidelines, conventions and courtesies, and help with setting up a developer environments.
:speaking_head: Share your feedback
Notice a bug or have an idea on how to improve the site? Consider opening a user story or use another GitHub Issue template to report bugs and request new features.
Originally forked from Dot, a Hugo theme by ThemeFisher.
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