Pickles

Pickles is a clean, responsive blog theme based on the Hugo theme with the same name featuring pagination.

pickles screenshot

Installation

First download this theme to your themes directory:

$ cd themes
$ git clone https://github.com/lukehsiao/zola-pickles.git

and then enable it in your config.toml:

theme = "zola-pickles"

The theme requires putting the posts in the root of the content folder and to enable pagination, for example in content/_index.md:

+++
paginate_by = 5
sort_by = "date"
insert_anchor_links = "right"
+++

Reference guides

Configuration Options

[extra]
# A line to display underneath the main title
subtitle = "Example subtitle"

# Text to display in the footer of the page
copyright = "Copyright authors year"

# Your Google Analytics ID
analytics = ""

# See below
katex_enable = false

# See below
instantpage_enable = false

A full example configuration is included in config.toml.

Note how pickles also expects title and description to also be set in the Zola configuration.

KaTeX math formula support

This theme contains math formula support using KaTeX, which can be enabled by setting katex_enable = true in the extra section of config.toml.

After enabling this extension, the katex short code can be used in documents:

Figure Shortcode

This them also includes a figure shortcode for convenience in captioning figures.

{% figure(link="https://www.example.com/", src="https://www.example.com/img.jpeg", alt="sample alt text") %}
Your caption here.
{% end %}

Fontawesome

This theme includes fontawesome, so that fontawesome icons can be directly used.

Instant.page

The theme contains instant.page prefetching. This can be enabled by setting instantpage_enable = true in the extra section of config.toml.

Showing article summaries

By default, the theme will use the first 280 characters of your post as a summary, if a proper page summary using <!-- more --> is not provided. For more sensible summaries, we recommend using the manual more indicator.