The tag 2.4.3 has been removed, instead the tag 2.5.0 will be used.
Updated dependencies for use with Jekyll 4.0.0.
Thanks to Ashmaroli who updated his jekyll-data plugin to 1.1.0 to make this possible.
This release addresses an omission that was made when creating v2.0.
Up to now it was not posible to specify the color of a menu item when it was selected, though it was possible to specify the background color. This has now been fixed.
_sass/classic/_menubar.scss has undergone a few minor updates, and in the file
_sass/classic-jekyll-theme.scss some additions have been made.
To keep the naming of items harmonised, the
...item-hover-color-... names have been converted into
A page over creating cron-jobs (on MacOS) to facilitate automatic site generation has been added (under the menu item ‘Jekyll’)
And lastly the version numbers for bundler and rake have been updated.
Its been a while, almost a year since the last release.
In this release the previous reported issues have been fixed.
New in this release is the support for the inclusion of posts in the menu structure.
Two new flags in the setup file control which sources should be considered for the menu structure. There is site.data.setup.exclude-pages-from-menus and site.data.setup.include-posts-in-menus. Their meaning should be obvious. By default both are set to ‘no’ which then results in the same behaviour as the previous version.
To remove pages from the menu, set the exclude-pages-from-menus to ‘yes’.
To include posts in the menu structure, set the include-posts-in-menus to ‘yes’.
Menu control for posts is the same as for pages. For example, this post has the following extra menu directives:
menuInclude: yes menuTopTitle: Classic menuSubs: - title: A post as menu item
For more on creating menus, see the menus item in the menu bar.
PS: Just after pushing the new release into the world, an error was discovered. Release 2.4.1 fixes this error.
Issue: Sub menu links and sub-sub menu links lost the ability to link to external sites.
This has been restored, see example.
Issue is fixed in HEAD and will be part of upcoming release 2.4.0.
Note that a release date for 2.4.0 has not been set. Please upgrade to HEAD to fix this issue.