Thursday, December 7, 2017

GITHUB and GITHUB pages : Use any theme with GitHub Pages

"Just over a year ago Jekyll, the open source project that powers GitHub Pages, introduced shared themes. Since then, you've been able to use about a dozen themes to change the look and feel of your GitHub Pages site.
Starting today, you can use any of the hundreds of community-curated themes on GitHub.com. To build your site with any public, GitHub-hosted theme, add the following to your site's _config.yml file:
remote_theme: owner/nameReplacing owner and name with the repository's owner and name.
And if you're interested in making your Jekyll theme available to other users, simply follow the instructions for creating a Gem-based theme, and ensure the repository is public.
For more information, see the Jekyll theme documentation or get in touch." a post from  https://github.com/blog/2464-use-any-theme-with-github-pages

Some exemples of  GitHub Pages. automatically generated from OSLM projets on github.