Have been able to install a few themes, then deploy and upload to a site to test the look/feel. I’m amazed at how quickly and easily HUGO does all this.
Yet I think I have got myself in a bit of a mess, in a directory or tree structure aspect. As it has only been a few days it will be best to delete it all and start again. Some questions please.
To start again, does one simply delete the path where the blog/content is, or are there library considerations to allow for ?
How do you manage various themes ? Do you download by zip or use GIT into a path seperate from where the blog/content is, then copy into the blog path ?
Of the “how to’s” that I read, there was an assumption that a user knew what they were doing, and that is not always the case for a (hugo) newbie. Of what I did read, one assumption was that the user knew what path they should be in. This was reinforced by the omission of the “cd” command in many cases, if not all cases. So, my other request for help is to be shown what path one should go to, to perform various functions/tasks.
(Documentation is usually written by those who have walked the ‘path’, pun intended)
Yet I must say, after a week or so of using another major static site builder, that HUGO is very easy to use and work with.