Sorry, I am not a programmer so might get terms wrong.
I am interested in moving one or more of my sites to the distributed web. IPFS appears to be the way forward for this, but may not yet be ready to use.
Witting a static website… will that is hard work without something like Hugo.
People are fudging a combination of Hugo and IPFS by using relativeURLS=true in the config file. and only using IPFS to point to the folder containing the website. But it appears to me that a true, implementation of IPFS would be using the hash or CID file names as links and inclusions.
This would be VERY heard by hand what with hashes changing every time a file is changed even by one character, but for Hugo, live compiling every time, creating files on the fly and the like. it should not be impossible for it to start at the end branches, creat any files needed hash them into IPFS names, and then move up one level and do the same, but now linking to the hash of any file being referenced.
The whole website and all resources and files therein all being fully IPFS compliment.
Does anyone know if anything like this is being worked on?