A dark theme for Zola, based on After Dark.
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This is a fork of After Dark, a theme for Zola, with aditional suppot for tags and sections.

after-dark screenshot



First download this theme to your themes directory:

$ cd themes
$ git clone https://github.com/jbiason/nighttime.git

and then enable it in your config.toml:

theme = "nighttime"

This theme requires your index section (content/_index.md) to be paginated to work:

paginate_by = 5

The posts should therefore be in directly under the content folder.

The theme requires tags and categories taxonomies to be enabled in your config.toml:

taxonomies = [
    # You can enable/disable RSS
    {name = "categories", rss = true},
    {name = "tags", rss = true},

If you want to paginate taxonomies pages, you will need to overwrite the templates as it only works for non-paginated taxonomies by default.


Because this is, mostly, After Dark with support for extra stuff, it still uses the same options as After Dark.

If you're already using After Dark, there are no changes in your configs that need to be done, besides changing the theme name.


Set a field in extra with a key of after_dark_menu:

after_dark_menu = [
    {url = "$BASE_URL", name = "Home"},
    {url = "$BASE_URL/categories", name = "Categories"},
    {url = "$BASE_URL/tags", name = "Tags"},
    {url = "https://google.com", name = "Google"},

If you put $BASE_URL in a url, it will automatically be replaced by the actual site URL.


The site title is shown on the homepage. As it might be different from the <title> element that the title field in the config represents, you can set the after_dark_title instead.


This template is based on the Hugo template https://github.com/comfusion/after-dark