Blog themes are the perfect Jekyll themes to use if you're looking to start your own blog, they're optmized for readability, so you can focus on writing.
Free themes are perfect if you're just starting out with Jekyll. Since they're free, you don't have to worry about choosing the wrong theme.
Github Pages Theme
These Jekyll themes all work great with Github Pages, allowing you to quickly get your site live without any hassle.
Portfolio themes are perfect if you're looking to show of your work.
- Theme Built for Jekyll
- 100% Compatible with Github pages
- Index Pagination
- Post Share/Pin Save
- Post Categories
- Prev/Next Link
- Disqus Comments
- Google Analaytics
- Formspree.io Contact
- AddThis Integration
- Design Features:
- Bootstrap v4.x
- Font Awesome v5.x
How to Use
If you aren’t familiar with Jekyll yet, you should know that it is a static site generator. It will transform your plain text into static websites and blogs. No more databases, slow loading websites, risk of being hacked…just your content. And not only that, with Jekyll you get free hosting with GitHub Pages! If you are a beginner we recommend you start with Jekyll’s Docs. Now if you know how to use Jekyll, let’s move on to using Affiliates template in Jekyll:
Download or Fork Pintereso for Jekyll.
- In your local project, open
_config.yml. Set your
description: 'Jekyll Template for Bloggers & Photographers'
email: '[email protected]'
- Navigate to
includes folder. From there you can edit/add:
- footer copyright -
- footer social menu -
- menu header -
- google analytics script -
- addthis script -
- Start blogging! Add your .md posts in
_posts. If you download the template you will notice it already has a few as an example.
YAML Post Example
title: "Affiliates Jekyll Theme"
categories: [ Free, Jekyll, Themes ]
- Adding pages. Place your .md pages in _pages. Don’t forget to set the permalink, see below.
YAML Page Example: