CRT Monochrome is a minimalist text-first Jekyll theme aimed at mimicking the old monochrome CRT screens of the 70s and 80s. I developed this to use for the IrisSec Computer Hacking Club website and am releasing this under the MIT license so that anyone can use it for free.
- Fork the repository.
- Rename your repository. If you’d like to host a site using GitHub pages, you can name it
usernameis your GitHub username.
titleto your website title.
/assets/img/favicon.pngwith your website’s favicon.
- Fill out
- Run your website. First run
bundle installand then
jekyll serve. You can preview your site at 127.0.0.1:4000. To publish your changes, push your commits to your GitHub repository.
To create a post, make a new file under
/_posts/. Your post must have the following front matter:
--- title: POST TITLE author: POST AUTHOR USERNAME categories: POST CATEGORY layout: post ---
After the front matter, you can write your post in Markdown.
If you have more than one category that the post falls under, you can denote it like so:
categories: [CATEGORY1, CATEGORY2, CATEGORY3]
Posts can be sorted under categories. To create a new category, create a new file under
/_categories/ with the following front matter:
--- title: CATEGORY TITLE layout: category category: CATEGORY NAME ---
You may also choose to describe the category in Markdown after the front matter. All categories with the respective category name will be listed under the newly created category page.
Profiles appear under the “Members” page of the website. You can create a profile by creating a new file under
/_members/ with the filename
USERNAME.md. The profile must have the following front matter:
--- title: MEMBER NAME author: USERNAME layout: profile ---
Afterwards, you can write out your profile like you would any other post. Your profile will also display all articles authored under the username.
If you find a bug, please open up an issue and it will be addressed. Thank you.