Hugo is a extremely fast and well structured static site generator. In this series we’ll get through the basics of creating a Hugo site.
In this lesson we’ll set the ground work for the rest the series. We’ll set up a Hugo site and go over some of the conventions.
Layouts help you set up and reuse the main structure of your site. Let’s see how they work in Hugo.
Go templates is the flexible templating language used in Hugo. In this lesson we’ll go over basic Go templating concepts and see how you can use it on your site.
Learn how to break down your Hugo pages into smaller “components” with partials.
In this lesson you will learn how to create a blog with Hugo content and layouts, the difference between a section and type and more.
Page bundles and shortcodes are great ways to improve managing content on your Hugo pages.
Jekyll is a popular Ruby based static site generator. It's easy to pick up so it's a great choice if this is your first static site generator. In this series we're going over the fundamentals of Jekyll to help you build your first Jekyll site.