Dear Hugo fans,
One month ago I wasn’t able to read or write HTML5 and CSS. Now, thanks to Hugo, I understand the basics of coding and now I am creating my own fast website, thanks! ( Using and learing Vim, who needs school nowadays )
On topic now:
The website template I use is Blackburn. Blackburn has a file called config.toml. In this file you can change the menu icons and calls the the font awesome style like:
[[menu.main]] name = "Blog" pre = "<i class='fa fa-list fa-fw'></i>" weight = 2 identifier = "post" url = "/post/"
My wish: I would like to load my home made logo without spending money on premium services like font awesome.
I designed a beautiful logo using Inkscape and saved it as an SVG. I use this logo successfully on my website title, pointing to title-logo- partial.html. This html file contains
<path></path>, and use css to style. It looks really crisp and loads fast.
The question: How do I call my own custom logo in a proper way. Can I still use the
<i></> in the config.toml file?