I’ve got something awesome to share with you all! If you’re into building websites with Hugo and Tailwind CSS, you’re gonna love this. Check out Hugoplate, a completely free starter template for Hugo. Why is it so great? because it provides almost everything you need to jumpstart your Hugo project.
Just take a look at the key features:
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Sounds awesome, right? Well, there’s even more to discover! Check it out and see for yourself.
Thanks team for making amazing open source boiler plate for the community . Also I saw @jhvanderschee created a new version with our theme called hugo bricks . Love to see how people are loving Hugoplate
Thanks for the response! I’ve indeed gone through the documentation at the link you provided, but I am looking for template-specific options related documentation. Something like this (for another Hugo template: Theme Documentation - Basics - DoIt)
Is there something like this, that I can refer to? Thank you!
Till now, we don’t have full documentation for this template. But we did explain how to set up this template for your project. Since it’s a starter template, and most of the template users are developers, I don’t think we need that much detailed docs for it. Because developers know how to deal with Hugo.
@Md_Farhad_Hossen Thanks so much for sharing! It’s a great theme, with a very clean design. And really easy to set up! I’m new to Tailwind and Hugo, so decided to start with your theme and learn for a personal project.
One question I had was your reason for using Tailwind Boostrap Grid rather than just going with straight Tailwind?
Hey @mei.yoshida, there is no specific reason, but I prefer flex instead of the grid, and the tailwind-bootstrap-grid provides me this functionality. since it’s a tailwind plugin, it doesn’t apply any extra CSS.