There are 5 articles tagged as "hugo"

Setting up a custom 404 page

on December 12, 2020. in Development. A 1 minute read.

The other day I realized that I don’t have a custom 404 page up. Whenever someone requests a page that does not exist, nginx serves its custom 404 page. It’s functional, tells the user what happened, but apart from that it’s not really helpful.

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Making it easier to blog

on January 03, 2020. in Blablabla. A 2 minute read.

2019 was a not so great year for my blogging. 7 posts in total. There are multiple reasons for that, all the regular stuff like “I didn’t find the time” and “Nothing to blog about”.

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Static web pages in Hugo

on January 24, 2018. in Blablabla, Software. A 2 minute read.

Last week I created a page on this site that holds all the talks I have prepared for meetups and conferences. As this site is powered by Hugo, the process wasn’t that straightforward. I want to write down the steps I did to make it easier in the future.

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GitHub flavoured code fences in Hugo

on March 28, 2016. in Programming, Software, Development. A 1 minute read.

This was an undocumented feature until today, so I missed it when I was converting my site to Hugo last week. It is also possible to highlight code examples with GitHub flavoured code fences, or, in other words, with triple backticks ```.

Vim Hugo helper

on March 25, 2016. in Programming, Development. A 2 minute read.

I think I just wrote my first Vim plugin. OK, it’s more a bunch of Vim functions slapped together than an actual plugin, but gotta start somewhere, right?

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