Bonso: a modern blog theme

Bonso: a modern blog theme

Here comes another great new theme from Artem! Bonso is a minimal, modern, easily customizable, and image-focused theme for Jekyll. This theme has been created for photographers, developers, writers, or bloggers to provide your visitors with a quality user experience (it has a slider and minimal image gallery included).

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New blog and magazine theme

New blog and magazine theme

Artem Sheludko just launched another new theme – Clifford is a clean and modern theme for a blog, magazine, or any news website. This theme is specifically designed to help you create your own blog and share your thoughts, ideas, or news.

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Hally – a new masonry blog theme

Hally – a new masonry blog theme

Another great new Jekyll theme from Artem Sheludko launched today! Hally is a fully responsive and minimal masonry grid theme – suitable for a modern beautiful blog, personal website or gallery.

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Aditu – a stylish new dark theme

Aditu – a stylish new dark theme

We just launched a stylish new dark Jekyll theme from developer Artem Sheludko! Aditu is created for those who want to share their stories quickly and easily, as well as provide your readers with an unforgettable experience of viewing content.

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New theme developer – SCube

New theme developer – SCube

Happy to welcome a new premium theme developer, SCube, to Jekyll Themes today! Shovan at Scube creates themes for specific use-cases. His first release is aimed at marketplaces, check it out here...

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New minimal blog theme

New minimal blog theme

We just launched another great new blog theme by Artem! Mateo is perfect for modern personal blogs with a unique content-oriented design.

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More GitHub Pages Theme Features

More GitHub Pages Theme Features

I recently updated all of my themes to include support for any GitHub Pages setup. Previously they were set up to use GitHub Pages' "user" page type. But now I've added support for Jekyll's `baseurl` feature, allowing you to use the themes as a "project" page type as well!

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