I needed to include a email link to the social parameters that were available in the
config.toml (config.yaml) file. But I wasn’t sure what I needed to pass to the
icon variable. It turns out the parameters come from the
Font Awesome wesbite. Heading over to the website and looking at the icons tells me that their
copy HTML content is exactly what is being passed to these variables under
config files. So, quickly I searched for a
email /envelop icon and found one that I liked. Copied it’s HTML and passed it to the
icon parameter, and voila! it worked. Remember, you may have to adjust the values a little bit
far fa-envelope to
fa fa-envelope etc.
Also, to make it automatically pull up user’s default mailing client, I had to add
mailto:<email_id> to the
name = "E-mail"
icon = "fa fa-envelope"
weight = 1
url = "mailto:[email protected]"
Sometimes, to spice it up little bit, I want to change the color scheme of the code highlight sections in my posts. Ofcourse, I want to do it globally instead of adjusting this per page basis. An easy way to do this is by changing the
pygmentsStyle parameter in the
config.toml file. All you have to do it change the value from whatever you have to the list of available styles. Check out the Chroma Style Gallery and Highlightjs.org List for all the available styles. I like
native. Once you are done with the changes, save your config file and restart the server.