Updated Hugo Academic theme to sync the upstream repo

I just updated the Hugo-Academic theme from the upstream repo. The structure has been greatly changed. Now each section on the index.html is a widget. Changing Research Interests and Education is no longer inside the config.toml, but the about.md as metadata. I also added a Talk widget, and the Project widget now showcase my research in cards.

Below I would like to try out some new features:


Emojis!!!

Now the Hugo-Academic theme supports Emojis natively. Check here for a cheat-sheet of available Emojis.

😃 😪 🎾 👍 🀄 Tomorrow is Vicky’s defense! 📅


Blockquotes

This is not part of the theme. I updated the custom css file to achieve this effect.

We live in a society exquisitely dependent on science and technology, in which hardly anyone knows anything about science and technology.

Carl Sagan


Syntax highlighting using highlight.js

Python:

from pandas import Series, DataFrame, Panel
import gsw
import scipy.io as sio
fulllist=sorted(glob.glob('/raid60/kirtman/HRC07/ocn/mo_nc4/*.nc'))

months=pd.period_range('1951-01', '2002-12', freq='M') 
OHC300_HRC07=Series(OHC300,index=months)
OHC700_HRC07=Series(OHC700,index=months)
OHC2000_HRC07=Series(OHC2000,index=months)

Matlab:

MMend=str2num(end_date(6:7)); 
DDend=str2num(end_date(9:10));

for yrid=find(yyy==YYs):find(yyy==YYe)
 if (yrid==find(yyy==YYs))
   mstart=MMs;
 else
   mstart=1;
 end
 if (yrid==find(yyy==YYe))
   mend=MMend;
 else

For available languages and styles, check link


Twitter Tweet


Youtube video


Alerts

It’s about time to sleep!

Hope this will help you.


Some more options in the Hugo-Academic Theme. That’s all for now. I guess the only thing I missed about Pelican was its plugin to embed ipython notebook cells to the post. Haven’t found a hugo-shortcode for that purpose yet. Or maybe a shortcode to embed an Instagram post?

Wow, there is a built-in shortcode for Instagram!

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