Requirement: I need offline Hugo documentation (daily 4 hour power outages, Internet down.)
Problem: I cloned hugoDocs from Github, but have a horde of errors when I either run Hugo server or execute Hugo build locally. (Message when building: “Error building site: logged 71 error(s)”)
Suggested feature: It might not be a bad idea to include the pre-built /public directory in the Github repository for HugoDocs since it is not included in the GitHub repo. This is effectively what I require - pre-built .html output, the source is great for learning from, but not ideal as documentation.
Alternative solution (short): Is it to build the site with full output in /public disregarding/ignoring errors? I searched, could not find an obvious way.
Alternative solution (long): I have to identify which elements require the site to be online when building it, or have to comment those elements in the doc code. (I tried, wasted some time, gave up.)
Any pointers will be appreciated.