Finding theme elements (cause it's fun)
Trying to become an expert on any new theme in jekyll is a bit awkward. Noticing that each theme tends to make up thier own customizations - some consistent with others... some not so much.
To find some of them front-matter worthy; try this:
egrep -ohR "site\.\w*\.?\w*?" | sort | uniq
gives something like this:
site.atom_path site.author.email site.author.feedburner site.author.github site.author.name site.categories site.JB.analytics site.JB.archive_path site.JB.ASSET_PATH site.JB.atom_path site.JB.BASE_PATH site.JB.categories_list site.JB.categories_path site.JB.comments site.JB.liquid_raw site.JB.pages_list site.JB.pages_path site.JB.posts_collate site.JB.rss_path site.JB.setup site.JB.sharing site.JB.tags_list site.JB.tags_path site.pages site.posts site.production_url site.related_posts site.rss_path site.safe site.static_files site.tagline site.tags site.tags.cool_tag site.time site.title site.var.tags_path
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