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    uikit v3.2.3

    A lightweight and modular front-end framework for developing fast and powerful web interfaces UIkit autocomplete for your editor Using UIkit works best if you have a solid code editor, for example Sublime Text or Atom. To be even more efficient, we recommend that you install one of the autocomplete plugins for your favorite IDE or code editor. This saves a lot of time, as you won't have to look up and type all UIkit classes and markup. Autocomplete plugin for Sublime Text 3 Autocomplete plugin for Atom Snippets for Visual Studio Code Browser support The following table lists the versions that UIkit is tested on. "Latest" means that it works just fine on all recent versions of that browser. With many browser moving towards a rolling release strategy, pinning down browser support to a specific version has become a little tricky in recent years. Long story short: UIkit will work on pretty much any modern browser. [Hidden Content] UIkit is an Open Source project developed by YOOtheme. Getting started You have the following options to get UIkit:[Hidden Content]
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    jekyll + disqus

    Load disqus on click and hidden footer Copyright 1) YAML code for Jekyll add on you _config.yml info: change username to you name user disqus. disqus: username to add code only if have disqus: name on _config.yml ; only add # to disables disqus {% if site.disqus %} <!-- You Code Here --> {% endif %} 2) CSS code for hidden footer Copyright info: change background color [Hidden Content] 3) Javascript with jQuery to load disqus on click var clicked = false; function load_disqus( disqus_shortname ) { var disqus_trigger = jQuery('#disqus_trigger'), disqus_target = jQuery('#disqus_thread'); if(clicked === false){ if(disqus_target && disqus_trigger) { jQuery.ajaxSetup({ cache:true }); jQuery.getScript('//' + disqus_shortname + ''); jQuery.ajaxSetup({ cache:false }); disqus_trigger.remove(); console.log('Disqus loaded.'); } } clicked = true; } 4) Html code to load disqus on click info: {{ site.disqus }} is YAML code for jekyll ; you can replace to you disqus name if you not use jekyll <label onclick="load_disqus('{{ site.disqus }}')" class="text-center " ><strong>Comments</strong></label> <div class="toggle-content"> <div id="disqus_thread"></div> </div> 5) Full code with html + css + js + yml [Hidden Content]