Front-End Development and stuff …
Just in case you’re working with Sass as CSS preprocessor and are forced to use Eclipse for a certain project (huhu, Liferay theming). In this case you might wonder why the hell there is no Sass editor plugin within the marketplace to enable at least syntax highlighting for *.scss files. I guess you would be like »Whatever, just hit google (or DuckDuckGo) and find something suitable in a matter of seconds.«
I released our internal repository for creating Bootstrap Themes a few weeks ago on Github. So I guess it’s time to write a short summary what this little project is all about. Basically it’s about making the best out of Bootstrap when it comes to using, adapting and extending it. So, you got to continue reading if your are using Bootstrap.
Part I of the »Jekyll Setup post« contains information about installing Jekyll, including Flattr, adding comments, tweaking the site navigation and improving syntax highlighting within your blog posts.
I’m starting blogging for the very first time on my own blog. This is something I had in my mind for ages. But I never managed to take the time setting up a blog (besides the legendary but long gone whuddupbro.com … but that’s a whole different story).