Hacked Jekyll

Jekyll microtheme that looks like JSON

Author Michele Piazzai
Github Stars 92
Last Commit Apr 3, 2024
Hacked Jekyll screenshot


Hacked Jekyll is a responsive, minimalistic Jekyll theme for a tiny (163kb!) personal website. It consists of a homepage and a 404 page. The homepage lists information set within the configuration file in a format that resembles JSON, giving the website a “hacked” appearance. The user description features typed.js to cycle through multiple lines of text, as long as multiple lines are provided in the configuration.

The style is rebooted through normalize.css and based on the Open Color library. The monospaced typeface Hack is served together with the website. The favicons are generated by favicon.io.

See the demo to check the end result.