Using jekyll-materiallize

Overview

What is Jekyll?

Jekyll is a parsing engine bundled as a ruby gem used to build static websites from dynamic components such as templates, partials, liquid code, markdown, etc. Jekyll is known as “a simple, blog aware, static site generator”.

For more information, please read Jekyll

What is Jekyll-Bootstrap?

The quickest way to start and publish your Jekyll powered blog. 100% compatible with GitHub pages.

For more information, please read Jekyll-Bootstrap

What is Jekyll-materiallize?

A material flavor blog based on Jekyll-Bootstrap.

How to use jekyll-materiallize?
  • Visit Github and create an empty repo in specified format like <USERNAME>.github.io
  • Execute following commands
cd <workspace>
git clone https://github.com/leftstick/jekyll-materiallize <USERNAME>
cd <USERNAME>
git remote set-url origin git@gitcafe.com:<USERNAME>/<USERNAME>.git
git checkout -b gitcafe-pages
git push -u origin gitcafe-pages  
  • Modify attributes in _config.yml such as title , tagline , lang , footerDetail , author , production_url , comments , analytics
  • Feel free to register issue while you are encountering problems
Description

lang Which language you preferred to display in your blog, two languages are available, zh, en. You can easily extend any language you like in assets/lang/lang.js footerDetail Whether to display the detail part of the footer



Jekyll-Materiallize
2015-04-10