Tag: Hugo

Build Steps Using NPM Scripts for My Hugo Blog

Quite recently I migrated this blog from WordPress to Hugo. Since I didn’t want to use a theme built by someone else, I had to add things like CSS and JavaScript myself. To be able to work with this locally in an efficient way and to be able to produce a complete build output in a reproducible manner, I had to automate the build steps. With WordPress I used Gulp for this, but I thought that might not be needed, so I made an attempt to do this using only npm scripts. Read more...

Switching from WordPress to Hugo

I have recently migrated my blog from WordPress to Hugo. That is, switching from a database-based web content management system with loads of themes, plugins and a large user base to a statically generated site with no server-side logic and a small feature set where I must build most things myself. The switch was by no means necessary, I had cheap hosting at a web hotel I will still use for other sites after the migration, speed was good with WP Super Cache and so on. Read more...

Hugo Tag Could

I recently started to look at migrating this blog from WordPress to a static site engine. Hugo got my attention and I decided to try it out. One thing I have in WordPress is a tag cloud. I couldn’t find an example of how to create one with varying font sizes in Hugo, so I tried creating my own. Hugo discussion forum topics Weighted tag cloud and Tag Cloud talk about this. Read more...

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