Below you will find pages that utilize the taxonomy term “Hugo”
This project demonstrates how to create a development environment utilizing a Docker stack of Nginx to serve the static website, Nodejs for the api applications, MongoDB for the api data and Traefik for reverse proxy. This stack is suitable for deployment to staging and production environments. Prerequisites These products will need to be installed in order to complete this tutorial. Docker Docker Compose Hugo Node.js Project Setup Create a directory for the entire project, e.
While converting my WordPress content into markdown files for Hugo, I wanted to keep my permalinks exactly the same. For my existing content that spans more than a single page, I created a way to do this without server rewrite rules or Hugo aliases that use meta refresh which is sub-optimal for SEO performance. May 20, 2019 – Corrections have been made to address some issues discovered in the instructions from the original post.
I’m in the process of converting my WordPress site into a static site compiled from markdown files using the Hugo static site generator. For this task, I created a blank Hugo starter theme that uses Webpack and optional webpack-plugin-serve for UI development build live reload. screenshot Source Code Pre-requisites You will need Git and NodeJS with NPM installed. Installation For example, if your Hugo website is in the www folder.