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Hugo Orbit Theme
This is a Hugo port of Orbit - great looking resume/CV template designed for developers by Xiaoying Riley.
- Fully Responsive
- HTML5 + CSS3
- Built on Bootstrap 3
- 6 Colour Schemes
- FontAwesome icons
- LESS files included
- Compatible with all modern browsers
- Google Analytics
- Print format improvements from PR
You can see it in action on Hugo Themes site.
- Getting started
Inside the folder of your new Hugo site run:
$ mkdir themes $ cd themes $ git clone https://github.com/aerohub/hugo-orbit-theme
For more information read the official setup guide of Hugo.
After installing the theme successfully it requires just a few more steps to get your resume running.
Take a look inside the
exampleSite folder of this theme. You'll find a file called
config.toml. To start just copy the
config.toml into the root folder of your Hugo site.
Open your just-copied
config.toml and fill it with your data. All the page content may be configured throw one file.
Test your site
In order to see your site in action, run Hugo's built-in local server.
$ hugo server -w
localhost:1313 in the address bar of your browser.
Build your site
You'll find your resume files in
public folder in the root of Hugo project.
Did you found a bug or got an idea? Feel free to use the issue tracker. Or make directly a pull request.
The original template is released under the Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 License. Please keep the original attribution link when using for your own project. If you'd like to use the template without the attribution, you can check out other license options via template author's website: themes.3rdwavemedia.com
As for Hugo port you may rewrite the "Ported for..." line with setting your name at the end of
[params.footer] copyright = ""