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mkdocs theme based on DOCter

Project Description

mkDOCter is an MkDocs theme based on the DOCter template for Jekyll.


Use pip to install mkDOCter. If you’re using mkdocs within a virtualenv, please be sure to install mkDOCter into the same virtualenv.

pip install mkDOCter

Once installed, you can add mkDOCter to your mkdocs configuraiton file:

theme: mkDOCter


mkDOCter has a few config extras to customize its appearances:

    brand_color: "#1096CF"
    logo_alt: My Awesome Logo

``brand_color`` controls the header and sidebar accent lines.

``logo_url`` is the URL to a logo to display in the top right.

``logo_alt`` is the alt text for the logo.


The project is in the public domain, and all contributions to it will be released as such. By submitting a pull request, you are agreeing to waive all rights to your contribution under the terms of the CC0 Public Domain Dedication.

If you contribute the open source work of others, please mark it clearly in your pull request.

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