Monochrome is a minimal, responsive, ready to use Jekyll theme for blogging. Demo (Built on top of Emerald Jekyll theme)
(Skip if you already have Jekyll 2.2)
sudo apt-get install ruby2.2 (sudo apt-get install ruby-full) sudo apt-get install ruby2.2-dev
sudo gem install bundler
sudo gem install jekyll
sudo gem install jekyll-paginate sudo gem install jekyll-sitemap
Note: If you fork the repository, your version of the repository will not be searchable. If you want searchability, we suggest you use the next option.
You can customize this layout using instructions below.
Set a custom header tag by setting the related option in the
_config.yml file to "true". Then insert your custom code into the
In the same way, you can customize the footer of the navigation menu, by setting to "true" the related option and put your code into the
Moreover select a reverse option that allows to move the navigation menu to the left side, by setting it to "true".
The basic colors are set into the
To customize the colors, just set the values in HEX, RGB (or RGBa) or any other format accepted by CSS.
The links inside the navigation menu are autogenerated from pages having the layout set to
You can set custom links, by putting in the
<a> tag into the
There are two branches:
master: is for development.
gh-pages: is only for demo site.
You can change the 'baseurl' value in the 'config.yml' file, from '/monochrome' to your preferred directory/project name (example '/xyz' or '/' to install in root)
To maintain the vertical rhythm, it has been applied a Typographic scale as a modular scale, with a baseline set to 24px. To maintain this rhythm you need to insert elements like image, video or other contents with a 24px (or multiple) height as refer.
Released under MIT License.