stylesheet, the content itself written in a high-level formatting
syntax, and generates the corresponding html pages.
- However, *Stone* isn't a generalistic one:
his goal is to provide a
+ However, *Stone* isn't a generalistic one: is goal is to provide a
very easy way to generate simple websites like a portfolio, or the
pages of documentation for a small project. That is quite limitated,
but *Stone* tries to be good at what it aims.
So, let's generate our first *Stone*-based website!
-First, [get Stone](get-it.html). That's the mo
re complicated step of
+First, [get Stone](get-it.html). That's the mo complicated step of
-You now have a `stone` binary. You can put it where you want, it is
-self-sufficient. I will here assume it is in the current folder.
+You now have a `stone` binary. You can put it whereever you want, it
+is self-sufficient. I will here assume it is in the current folder.
Type `stone --help` to have some explanations on how to use the
binary : let's first generate a default website:
+ `template.html`: the template used for markdown pages. See below.
+ `style.css`: The stylesheet. The default one is made by
- [Theotix](http://theotix.me) (
thanks to him).
+ [Theotix](http://theotix.me) (hanks).
* The `pages` directory is where you write the pages with your
content. If the extension is `.md` or `.markdown`, they'll be parsed
as markdown (see below) and generated using the template. Otherwise
- they will be just copied without modification.
+ they will be copied without modification.
After running `stone` and generating the static pages, a new directory