About DoIt

DoIt is a clean, elegant but advanced blog theme for Hugo developed by HEIGE-PCloud.

It is based on the LoveIt Theme, LeaveIt Theme and KeepIt Theme.

  • []/[] Responsive layout
  • []/[] Light/Dark mode
  • Globally consistent design language
  • Pagination supported
  • Easy-to-use and self-expanding table of contents
  • Multilanguage supported and i18n ready
  • Beautiful CSS animation
  • Gravatar supported by Gravatar
  • Local Avatar supported
  • Up to 64 social links supported
  • Up to 28 share sites supported
  • Disqus comment system supported by Disqus
  • Gitalk comment system supported by Gitalk
  • Valine comment system supported by Valine
  • Waline comment system supported by Waline
  • Facebook comments system supported by Facebook
  • Telegram comments system supported by Comments
  • Commento comment system supported by Commento
  • Utterances comment system supported by Utterances
  • Twikoo comment system supported by Twikoo
  • Vssue comment system supported by Vssue
  • Remark42 comment system supported by Remark42
  • giscus comment system supported by giscus
  • Artalk comment system supported by Artalk
  • Search supported by algolia or Fuse.js
  • Twemoji supported
  • Automatically highlighting code
  • Copy code to clipboard with one click
  • Images gallery supported by lightgallery.js
  • Extended Markdown syntax for Font Awesome icons
  • Extended Markdown syntax for ruby annotation
  • Extended Markdown syntax for fraction
  • Mathematical formula supported by $ \KaTeX $
  • Diagrams shortcode supported by mermaid
  • Interactive data visualization shortcode supported by ECharts
  • Mapbox shortcode supported by Mapbox GL JS
  • Music player shortcode supported by APlayer and MetingJS
  • Bilibili player shortcode
  • Kinds of admonitions shortcode
  • Custom style shortcode
  • Custom script shortcode
  • Animated typing supported by TypeIt
  • Cookie consent banner supported by cookieconsent

DoIt is licensed under the MIT license.

Check the LICENSE file for details.

Thanks to the authors of following resources included in the theme: