A friend recently ask me if he could see my GitHub Pages setup. I quickly realized that it’s in a private repo for no good reason. So in the spirit of the season, I’m open sourcing the code:
It’s built with Jekyll using only plugins that are supported by GitHub Pages. It uses low-level styling with Basscss and minimal markup necessary. It offers complete hacking freedom, plus:
|GitHub Pages Benefits||Template Features|
|Serverless framework||Post categories and tags|
|Free hosting||Project pages|
|No security updates||Sitemap|
|Never a crashed server||RSS feed|
|No need for dynamic content||Handy
|Highly available through GitHub||Minimal markup|
|Easy to customize||Minimal styling|
Feel free to clone or fork the source code to use it in your own project.
(Refer to the README for instructions and help setting up.)
You can also read more about this site’s inception in my first post.
Tagged with GitHub, Open Source