“Steve” is a minimal and multi-purpose blog theme for Jekyll designed with content focus in mind.
Minimal & Responsive Retina Ready Design
Steve looks pretty solid on every screen size, SVGs everywhere.
Quick and ultra fast search on the fly, no more search result pages.
Customize the theme features by editing a simple configuration file.
Tags & Categories
Make your content more searchable and easier to find with tags and categories.
Basic 404 page included, so that non-existent pages don’t confuse your users.
Styles for over 60 languages ready to code.
In the mood for moods? You can do that on every single post thanks to a little mood icon.
Gravatar is fully integrated and supported.
Over 20 editable social profile links for major platforms.
Let the world know about your content with easy sharing buttons.
Facebook Open Graph & Twitter Cards Support
Display all your fancy content and metadata nicely on Facebook and Twitter.
In-house Back To Top jQuery plugin
Lightweight and easy to use.
Allow users to comment your articles via Disqus.
The whole social package is now complete with the good old RSS feed.
Google Analytics Tracking
Just add your Google Analytics Tracking ID and enable statistics and tracking for each of your posts.
Provide additional semantics in your web pages with microdata. The search engines and web crawlers will like it.
Major Browser Support
Tested on all major browsers.
You get the PSD in the package!
Easy installation and extensive documentation.
- Initial Releasev1.1 (May 30, 2016)
- New: Pages Support - New: Social Icon - Xing - Feature: Fixed Sidebar - Update: Documentationv1.2 (Oct 17, 2016)
- New: Added In-House jQuery Back To Top Plugin. - Fixed: Pages duplication in sidebar. - Fixed: CSS bug with whites-space on code, pre, etc. tags. - Fixed: Twitter share button's path. - Fixed: Disqus comments. Replaced code for this.page.url. - Update: Pages' Layout. - Update: Documentation. - Update: Config. - Support: Jekyll v3.2.1 support. - Code refactoring.v1.3 (Jan 19, 2017)
- New: You can now completely disable Google Analytics. - Fixed: Fixed: Fixed sidebar now is really fixed and do not flicker on scroll. - Fixed: Manual post excerpt works fine now. - Update: Documentation. - Update: Config. - Code refactoring.