You can see the theme in action at https://parbhatpuri.com
You can install Pelican-Blue theme to your earlier Pelican project or create a new project from the Pelican Quickstart guide.
$ git clone https://github.com/Parbhat/pelican-blue.git
THEMEvariable in your
pelicanconf.pyfile and set its value to the location of pelican-blue theme.
THEME = 'path-to-pelican-blue-theme'
If you have placed the
pelican-blue theme inside your project's pelican-themes folder, change the
THEME variable in
THEME = 'pelican-themes/pelican-blue'
pelicanconf.pyfile to display the social icons.
SOCIAL = (('linkedin', 'https://www.linkedin.com/in/username'), ('github', 'https://github.com/username'), ('twitter', 'https://twitter.com/username'), )
pelican-blue. To see the Theme in action run the devserver
Note: If you are new to Pelican Static Site Generator, you can read the Pelican Docs to learn the working of Pelican. You can also customize the theme after reading the documentation.
Pelican-Blue theme use the following settings. You can add the following to your
pelicanconf.py to get the site shown in the screenshots.
SIDEBAR_DIGEST = 'Programmer and Web Developer' FAVICON = 'url-to-favicon' DISPLAY_PAGES_ON_MENU = True TWITTER_USERNAME = 'twitter-user-name' MENUITEMS = (('Blog', SITEURL),)
When developing locally, set the following variable:
SITEURL = 'http://localhost:8000'
When you are ready to publish your site add the following settings to
SITEURL = 'http://your-domain-address' FEED_ALL_ATOM = 'feeds/all.atom.xml' CATEGORY_FEED_ATOM = 'feeds/%s.atom.xml' MENUITEMS = (('Blog', SITEURL),) DISQUS_SITENAME = "" GOOGLE_ANALYTICS = ""
For more information on publishing your site, read the publishing docs
Your contributions are welcome to improve the