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Sani - Just A Blogging Framework Using Github

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Sani - Just A Blogging Framework Using Github

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Sani is a blogging framework designed for Jekyll, to be used on Github Pages with Prose.io.  To start blogging with Jekyll, you need to write your own HTML templates, CSS, Javascripts and set up your configuration. But with Sani, all you need to do is clone or fork Sani, install dependencies, and you’re set. All else is taken care of.(This is when you are setting up from your own computer.)

Sani is a bunch of HTML, CSS and Javascript script files along with a Rakefile. The HTML, CSS and JS form the theme while rake gives you automation regarding generating and publishing the blog. Sani is an implementation of what people, who don't use Octopress and Jekyll Bootstrap, use to make do with GH pages.

Sani uses Disqus for comments and a theme designed by Adrian Artiles. Also, the rakefile is mostly ripped off from Octopress with some modifications.

Setting up Sani is so easy, it can be done even if you don't have access to the device your regularly use.

Requirements: Github Account
Demo:http:/ / arkokoley. github. com/ …presenting-sani/
License: MIT License



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