- 23 March 2023
ABlog v0.11 is released with the main focus being to update and tweak the HTML templates allow themes to override the default templates.
In addition, all ablog elements in the templates wrapped in
ablog__* divs to allow custom CSS rules.
- 01 September 2021
This text will be in auto-generated post previews, but links to the post will direct to
- 17 November 2019
ABlog v0.10 is released with the main focus being to support the latest version of Sphinx as well as Python 3 only support.
- 27 October 2018
To add support for Notebooks to your Ablog instance, you need to configure your
docs/conf.py (or whereever your
conf.py is located.
- 17 February 2018
- 12 October 2015
ABlog v0.8.0 is released with additions and changes:
- 03 May 2015
ABlog v0.7.0 is released to fix the long standing issue 1 related to pickling of Sphinx build environment on Read The Docs. Improvements also resolved issues with using LaTeX builder, improved cross-referencing for non-html builders.
- 19 April 2015
Wouldn’t you like your blog being rebuilt and served to you automatically as you are blogging on a sunny Sunday afternoon?
It’s now possible with the improved
ablog serve command.
- 08 April 2015
- 07 April 2015
If you are looking for a place to publish your blog, GitHub Pages might be the place for you.
- 25 March 2015
- 01 March 2015
This short walk through of blogging work flow assumes that you have already installed ABlog. If not, see Installation guide.
- 01 March 2015
- 20 December 2014
- 31 August 2014
- 20 August 2014
- 12 May 2014
- 11 May 2014
ABlog v0.4 is released. This version comes with the following improvements and bug fixes:
ABlog v0.2 is released. This version comes with several new features:
post directive can be used multiple times in a single page to create multiple posts of different sections of the document.
This post describes how to choose an excerpt and an image image for a post to be displayed in archive pages.
ABlog creates references to all post and archive pages.
Posts can be cross-referenced using the name of the file, or when the file is named
index, the name of the folder that contains the file.