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Startpage hugo theme
Minimalistic, nice looking and straight forward theme. Includes single pages and a blogging section.
Startpage is a very basic theme for hugo with following features:
- Modern and minimal look and feel
- Single pages
- Article pages / blogging section
- RSS/Atom-Feed for articles
- Navigation menu at top
- Social icons at bottom (Mastodon, Jabber and so on...)
- Legal links at the very bottom
Installation is as simple as with every other hugo theme. Just run following commands inside the
themes-folder of your hugo site:
git clone https://codeberg.org/jeybe/startpage-theme_hugo.git ./startpage
That's all! Now let's get your site running...
It requires a few more steps to get your site running. Take a look inside the
exampleSite folder of this theme. You'll find a file called
config.toml. To use it, copy it to the root directory of your Hugo page and customize it to your needs.
It's quite self-explanatory, yet something needs to be noted:
menu.social paramters are to define the litte row of icons at the bottom of your page. They can be used to link to your social accounts or any other site, displayed with proper icons. But the
name paramter has to be available at forkawesome as it will define which icon will be displayed. Make sure to spell it correctly, as otherwise no icon will be shown!
One more important thing: There are three types of posts, which must be specified at the top of each post with
type: "article" or
type: "custom". Posts of the type
page are single page entrys that won't be listet at the blogging section or in the RSS/Atom-Feed. Posts of the type
article are meant to be blog posts and, thus, will be listet at the blogging sections and in the RSS/Atom-Feed. Post of the type
custom are to be used with html and not markdown files, so that you can structure everything yourself (won't be listet at the blogging section and the feed either). As this theme uses the w3.css framework this provides you with very much flexibility if you want to give some pages special layouts. Have a look at Mentions - W3.CSS for more information.
This theme is based upon: