Version: Bootstrap 4
A minimalist Jekyll theme built with Bootstrap 4, for blogging purposes. Trendy, modern design, for people who love the beauty of simplicity.
Memoirs is a responsive Jekyll Bootstrap Theme, compatible with Bootstrap 4, free for personal and commercial use.
“Memoirs” is a free Bootstrap Jekyll theme for blogging, collections, resources, reviews websites
- Built for Jekyll
- Compatible with Github pages
- Index Pagination
- Prism Highlighter
- Post Share
- Post Categories
- Related Posts
- Category Archives (Compatible with Github pages)
- Post Reviews with Stars
- Blurred Spoilers
- Table of Content
- Lazy Load Images
- Figure Images
- Disqus Comments
- Google Analaytics
- Mailchimp Integration
- Design Features:
- Bootstrap v4.x
- Font Awesome
- Categories (for 100% compatibility with Github pages)
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 this theme in Jekyll:
How to use “Memoirs” theme
- Download or
git clone https://github.com/wowthemesnet/jekyll-theme-memoirs.git
From the rood of your downloaded/cloned folder, open your terminal and install:
gem install bundler
_config.yml options. If your site is in root:
baseurl: ''. Also, change your Google Analytics code, disqus username, authors, Mailchimp list etc.
Again, from your terminal:
bundle exec jekyll serve --watch
You should be able to see your Jekyll project now, if you didn’t change the folder name you should see it live at
Start populating your blog by adding your
.md files in
_posts. Memoirs already has a few examples.
YAML front matter options:
- post image -
- external post image -
- disable page comments -
- meta description (optional) -
description: "this is my meta description"
YAML Post Example:
--- layout: post title: "We all wait for summer" author: john categories: [ Lifestyle, Travel ] tags: [ France ] image: assets/images/5.jpg description: "Something about this post here" ---
YAML Page Example
--- layout: page title: About Memoirs comments: false ---
--- layout: post title: "We all wait for summer" author: john categories: [ Jekyll, tutorial ] image: assets/images/5.jpg description: "Something about this post here" rating: 4.5 ---
Enable this option by editing
# Adsense (change to "enabled" to activate, also your client id and ad slot. Create a new ad unit from your Adsense account to get the slot.) adsense: "disabled" adsense-data-ad-client: "ca-pub-3412143450191416" adsense-data-ad-slot: "1363087678"
Lazy Load Images
Enable this option by editing
# Lazy Images ("enabled" or "disabled") lazyimages: "enabled"
Table of Contents
toc:true on your post YAML.
--- layout: post title: "Education must also train one for quick, resolute and effective thinking." author: john categories: [ Jekyll, tutorial ] image: assets/images/3.jpg beforetoc: "Markdown editor is a very powerful thing. In this article I'm going to show you what you can actually do with it, some tricks and tips while editing your post." toc: true ---
beforetoc adds a paragraph before the TOC is displayed.
You’ll only work with a single file to edit/add theme style: