It’s been 6 months since the inception of my website, kiroule.com, and it’s time to take stock. On 29th April, I published my first article, “Start Blogging With GitHub, Hugo, and Netlify." Since then, I’ve published seven more articles while starting two series: “Building Your Blog, the Geeky Way” and “Hugo Theme Recipes."Continue reading
This post introduces another enhancement to a Hugo theme - the Table of Contents (TOC). It’s based on Hugo’s built-in ability to parse Markdown content and generate a table of contents that can be used in templates. This article is the second one in the series “Hugo Theme Recipes”.Continue reading
In this post, I will show you how to implement a series taxonomy in a Hugo-based theme. The presented solution is based on Hugo’s built-in support for user-defined groupings of content. With this post, I am starting a new series called “Hugo Theme Recipes”, where I will share various how-tos on adding new features to a Hugo-based theme or enhancing existing ones.Continue reading
In this post, I describe how I migrated the configuration of my site from a single config file with placeholders to the Hugo way of managing environment-specific settings, namely the “Configuration Directory” method. This article is the fifth part of the series “Building Your Blog, the Geeky Way”.Continue reading
This post summarizes how to automate the manual upload of index records to Algolia if you use Netlify to host your website. With this enhancement, every time you add new or update existing content, it will be automatically indexed and uploaded to Algolia. This article is the fourth part of the series “Building Your Blog, the Geeky Way”.