gem install bundlerand then install Jekyll and all dependencies
_config.ymlto personalize your site.
_poststo see examples for pulling in large feature images, assigning categories and tags, and other YAML data.
ProTip: Delete the
gh-pages branch after cloning and start fresh by branching off
master. There is a bunch of garbage in
gh-pages used for the theme’s demo site that I’m guessing you don’t want on your site.
To learn more about how customize this theme, include feature images in posts, use the Grunt build scripts, and some other junk, read up here.
Having a problem getting something to work or want to know why I setup something in a certain way? Ping me on Twitter @mmistakes or file a GitHub Issue. And if you make something cool with this theme feel free to let me know.
This theme is free and open source software, distributed under the GNU General Public License version 2 or later. So feel free to use this Jekyll theme on your site without linking back to me or including a disclaimer.
Like this theme? I just released another one for Jekyll, with a sweet animated drop down menu, social sharing plugins, and a Grunt build script for theme development. I’m calling it HPSTER Theme and you can learn more about it here.
Feel free to show your gratitude by following me on Twitter or by sending a few bucks via PayPal… if you're feeling generous.