Hugo Static Site
This example builds a version of the ZestyBurger Site by feeding Zesty.io content into a statically-generated Hugo Site.Github: https://github.com/zesty-io/zesty-hugo
First, we'll need to install Hugo.
(If you aren't using brew, get it here)
debian / ubuntu
Next, let's clone the example project
Now, we simply need to install and run the project!
The example project's
package.json also comes pre-equipped with some handy utility commands.
npm start# rebuilds data from zesty.io and runs a hugo server
npm run-script build-hugo# rebuilds data from zesty.io and runs hugo to build a folder in
npm run-script all# rebuilds data from zesty.io, runs hugo to build a folder in
docs/, and runs a hugo server
Understanding the Example Project#
Hugo provides support for front-matter, which
PullZesty takes advantage of to create the files. The real magic in this project lies in the
zesty.yaml file, which specifies the proper paths for all of our content. This content is merely consumed by some layouts. When creating your own Hugo project, feel free to look at our
zesty.yaml file and our layout files.
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