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Short Description
Simple websites with Jekyll and Docker
Full Description

My personal website, containerized and using the HPSTR theme for Jekyll.


  • Everything you see in the HPSTR section below
  • Ready-to-use Dockerfile for site containerization (full instructions here)
  • Post excerpts and auto-generated meta descriptions
  • Configurable support for
  • Support for GitHub flavored markdown and code fencing
  • Better semantics with the main and aside elements
  • Improved discoverability of abbr elements
  • Basic styling for table elements
  • A robots.txt file for crawlers
  • Less code for a lighter footprint

Usage with Docker

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This site leverages Docker for local development and production hosting. Learn how you can too using the detailed installation instructions provided for Simple websites with Jekyll and Docker.

HPSTR Jekyll Theme

They say three times the charm, so here is another free responsive Jekyll theme for you. I've learned a ton since open sourcing my first two themes, and wanted to try a few new things this time around. If you've used my previous themes most of this should be familiar territory.

What HPSTR brings to the table:

  • Modern and minimal design.
  • Responsive templates for post, page, and post index _layouts. Looks great on mobile, tablet, and desktop devices.
  • Gracefully degrades in older browsers. Compatible with Internet Explorer 8+ and all modern browsers.
  • Sweet animated menu with support for drop-downs.
  • Optional Disqus comments and social sharing links.
  • Open Graph and Twitter Cards support for a better social sharing experience.
  • Simple custom 404 page to get you started.
  • Stylesheets for Pygments and Coderay syntax highlighting to make your code examples look snazzy
  • Available in Spanish. Thanks @cruznick!

Getting Started

HPSTR takes advantage of Sass and data files to make customizing easier. These features require Jekyll 2.x and will not work with older versions of Jekyll.

To learn how to install and use this theme check out the Setup Guide for more information.

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