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Hugo - A Fast and Flexible Static Site Generator built with love in GoLang

  •    Go

A Fast and Flexible Static Site Generator built with love by spf13 and friends in Go.Hugo is a static HTML and CSS website generator written in Go. It is optimized for speed, ease of use, and configurability. Hugo takes a directory with content and templates and renders them into a full HTML website. Hugo is designed to work well for any kind of website including blogs, tumbles, and docs.

hugoThemes - All Hugo themes

  •    CSS

A collection of all themes that were created by the Hugo community. See a complete listing of all of these themes along with screenshots and demos at themes.gohugo.io. Every theme in this list will automatically be added to the theme site. Theme updates aren't scheduled but usually happen at least once a week.For the curious, here’s how this automatic adding is accomplished.

staticman - 💪 Static sites with superpowers

  •    Javascript

Staticman is a Node.js application that receives user-generated content and uploads it as data files to a GitHub repository. In practice, this allows you to have dynamic content (e.g. blog post comments) as part of a fully static website, as long as your site automatically deploys on every push to GitHub, as seen on GitHub Pages, Netlify and others. It consists of a small web service that handles the POST requests from your forms, runs various forms of validation and manipulation defined by you and finally pushes them to your repository as data files. You can choose to enable moderation, which means files will be pushed to a separate branch and a pull request will be created for your approval, or disable it completely, meaning that files will be pushed to the main branch automatically.

hugo-academic - The website designer for Hugo

  •    HTML

Academic is a framework to help you create a beautiful website quickly. Perfect for personal sites, blogs, or business/project sites. Check out the latest demo of what you'll get in less than 10 minutes. Then head on over to the Quick Start guide or take a look at the Release Notes. Academic is available in different color themes and font themes.




blogdown - Create Blogs and Websites with R Markdown

  •    R

You may create a new site via the function blogdown::new_site() under an empty directory. It will create a skeleton site, download a Hugo theme from Github, add some sample content, launch a web browser and you will see the new site. The sample blog post hello-world.Rmd should be opened automatically, and you can edit it. The website will be automatically rebuilt and the page will be refreshed after you save the file. If you use RStudio, you can create a new RStudio project for your website from the menu File -> New Project -> New Directory -> Website using blogdown.

hugo-material-docs - Port of Martin Donath's mkdocs-material theme to Hugo

  •    HTML

A material design theme for Hugo. Next, take a look in the exampleSite folder at. This directory contains an example config file and the content for the demo. It serves as an example setup for your documentation.

academic-kickstart - Easily create a beautiful website using Academic and Hugo

  •    Shell

Academic is a framework to help you create a beautiful website quickly. Perfect for personal, student, or academic websites. Check out the latest demo of what you'll get in less than 10 minutes or view the documentation. Academic Kickstart provides a minimal template to kickstart your new website by following the simple steps below.

hugo-theme-even - 🚀 A super concise theme for Hugo https://blog.olowolo.com/example-site/

  •    CSS

Important: Take a look inside the exampleSite folder of this theme. You'll find a file called config.toml. To use it, copy the config.toml in the root folder of your Hugo site. Feel free to change it. NOTE: For this theme, you should use post instead of posts, namely hugo new post/some-content.md.


hugo-theme-learn - Porting Grav Learn theme to Hugo

  •    CSS

This repository contains a theme for Hugo, based on great Grav Learn Theme.Visit the theme documentation to see what is going on. It is actually built with this theme.

hugulp - Hugo + Gulp starter project

  •    Shell

hugulp is a tool to optimize the assets of a Hugo website.The main idea is to recreate the famous Ruby on Rails Asset Pipeline, which minifies, concatenates and fingerprints the assets used in your website.

vim-hugo-helper - A small Vim plugin with a set of helpers for Hugo https://gohugo.io

  •    Vim

A small Vim plugin to help me with writing posts with Hugo. :HugoHelperDraft drafts the current post.

blogdown-yihui-template - A skeleton of my previous personal website based on blogdown and Hugo

  •    HTML

The Hugo template is licensed under MIT, and the content of all pages is licensed under CC BY-NC-SA 4.0.

hugo-xmin - eXtremely Minimal Hugo theme: about 150 lines of code in total, including HTML and CSS

  •    HTML

XMin is a Hugo theme written by Yihui Xie in about four hours: half an hour was spent on the Hugo templates, and 3.5 hours were spent on styling. The main motivation for writing this theme was to provide a really minimal example to beginners of Hugo templates. This XMin theme contains about 130 lines of code in total, including the code in HTML templates and CSS (also counting empty lines). I can certainly further reduce the code, for example, by eliminating the CSS, but I believe a tiny bit CSS can greatly improve readability. You cannot really find many CSS frameworks that only contain 50 lines of code.

twitter-blogdown - Fetch Twitter messages daily and turn them into a website based on blogdown

  •    HTML

Search Twitter messages through predefined keywords using rtweet Travis CI on a daily basis, and convert the results to Markdown, and build a website using blogdown.

netlify-statuskit - Netlify StatusKit is a template to deploy your own Status pages on Netlify.

  •    HTML

Netlify StatusKit is a template to deploy your own Status pages on Netlify.Netlify StatusKit is released under the MIT License. Please make sure you understand its implications and guarantees.

hugoDocs - The source for https://gohugo.io/

  •    HTML

Documentation site for Hugo, the very fast and flexible static site generator built with love in GoLang.We welcome contributions to Hugo of any kind including documentation, suggestions, bug reports, pull requests etc. Also check out our contribution guide. We would love to hear from you.

cocoa-hugo-theme - Configurable, responsive blogging theme for Hugo

  •    CSS

A consistent and responsive Hugo theme with clean typography. The primary typefaces are Open Sans, Raleway, and Ubuntu Mono.Most features are optional and can be individually enabled/disabled in your config.toml.

internet-weblog - internet weblog theme for Hugo

  •    HTML

internet-weblog is a minimalistic (and a bit responsive) Hugo theme that offers a traditional blog mixed with a microblog and a photoblog. It also offers the ability to do simple link posts that link to a remote page. It was ported from a theme made for Octopress. The theme features a customizable bio-section and flickr-based photo stream in it's footer, unique layouts for displaying all posts sorted by year, and support for partials to customize style and javascript loaded.

hugo-cli - Run hugo (the static site generator) painlessly from Node

  •    Javascript

A simple Node wrapper around hugo, the static site generator. It fetches the right hugo executable before piping all provided command line arguments to it.

hugo-webpack-boilerplate - Hugo and Webpack boilerplate.

  •    Javascript

Hugo and Webpack boilerplate. We all love Hugo, but it is cumbersome to use anything beyond simple HTML, CSS, and JavaScript. What about LESS/SASS, ES6, minification, tree-shaking, or asset revving? Sure, you can roll your own, but these are all things Webpack was designed for.