Here’s the basic documentation for SparrowX. Visit this page to read the documentation for Netlify CMS.
Just fork this repo and replace the posts with your own. Also rename the sample poetry collection to replace it with your own collection, or just delete it if you don’t need to use collections. The example is poetry, but you can easily revamp this into essays, short stories, portfolio, or whatever your creative work is.
Customize these values in the
title : "SparrowX" description : "A clean minimal Jekyll theme for SEO-focused writers." favicon : "/assets/images/image.png" # You can use base64 encoded images. url : "https://sparrowx.mighil.com" # the base hostname & protocol for your site e.g. "https://mmistakes.github.io" baseurl : "" # the subpath of your site, e.g. "/blog" leave blank if no subpath # Site Author author: name : "Mighil" # appears in the footer and atom feed
To activate Disqus, fill in your disqus shortname:
comments : true # set it to false to disable comments disqus: shortname : your_shortname
Enable google analytics by filling in your tracking ID:
analytics: google: tracking_id : # add your google tracking id here
If you are using collections, be sure to replace this with your collection name:
collections: poetry: output: true permalink: /:collection/:title/
Currently, pagination is set to a the blog page. Unfortunately Jekyll does not yet support pagination on multiple pages.
If you want to paginate on a different page, simply change the
paginate_path value in the config file and create the relevant page.
paginate: 5 # amount of posts to show paginate_path: "/blog/page:num/" timezone: # http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_tz_database_time_zones
You can change the navigation links in
Front matter defaults
At the bottom of the config file, you can also set front matter defaults so that you don’t have to repeat the same front matter for every post. This is an example:
# Front matter defaults defaults: # _pages - scope: path: "" type: pages values: layout: page comments: false # _posts - scope: path: "" type: posts values: layout: post comments: true share: true # _poetry - scope: path: "" type: poetry values: layout: post share: false
How tags work
You should create specific .md files within
/tag/ before using the variable.
To enhance SEO, you can add your twitter username to
You can also add an image path for the
og_image value in the config file, for a default open graph sharing image. This value can be overridden in individual posts by using headerimage variable.
Your default image Netlify CMS uploads will go to /images/.
For the various config options see the sample config file for the demo site
The color schemes and fonts can also be customized through scss, by editing the relevant variable in