If you need to add an image lightbox to your Hugo theme and have no idea how to approach it, read this article, where I present a simple and effective technique for achieving this. It is a continuation of the series “Hugo Theme Recipes”.Continue reading
v4 of the Bilberry Hugo theme that has been in the works for the last six months is finally released.
The new release is a major version containing a few breaking changes and other essential improvements. In this post, I
shed more light on
v4 features and how they were implemented.
It has been almost a year and a half since I published the article “Campsite Booking API: Revisited”. During this time, I kept the project up-to-date and implemented numerous improvements. So, in this article, which is the second part of the series “Campsite Booking API”, I describe in detail what was achieved and how.Continue reading
I’m happy to announce that the Bilberry theme can
be used as a Hugo module as of version
The Quick Start section of
the README file has been updated accordingly. The Hugo module option is now recommended when pulling
theme files from GitHub’s Bilberry Hugo repository. Other options for adding theme files
git submodule, or
zip file are also supported. The theme’s
demo website is now built and deployed using the
Hugo module approach.
I also migrated my personal website kiroule.com to using the Bilberry theme
as a Hugo module. The Bilberry Sandbox website is built and deployed in both modes:
on Netlify via the
git submodule and
on GitHub Pages via the Hugo