Posts tagged with "hugo"
How I publish this blog

At the request of a couple of readers, here’s a post all about how the sausage is made. Some of this content can be found in the Hugo documentation and various online tutorials, but here it’s all linked together and contextualised. I still recommend reading other tutorials if you really want to set something like this up though, as I’m not going into exhaustive detail about everything here. A table of contents is provided below for the convenience of those interested only in one or two sections of the...

The first three years

I started this blog on the 7th of April 2014, exactly three years ago. Since then I’ve done two retrospective posts, and that’s become a tradition. So let’s talk about the process of writing this blog and what’s gone on since the last one of these retrospectives. Since 7 April 2016, I’ve written 12 posts, not counting this one. This is less than the 19 posts written between 7 April 2015 and 7 April 2016,...

Moving to a static site

As of today, this site is no longer powered by the Ghost blogging engine. Before today, this blog was a web application with a database and a complex application server with a lot of moving parts. Now it is a bunch of .html files. These files are generated by Hugo, a static site generator. Apart from a few unrelated CSS changes, you shouldn’t really notice a difference – although now you have to navigate to different pages to see different taglines, rather than just refreshing the front page....