Dear Hugo Community,
I am still in love with Hugo. It’s been a challening learningcurve coming from Jekyll into something clearly different. But we are almost there.
I finally made my first static website with Hugo! Now it’s time to get the beast viral.
As I was used to HOSTING on GITHUB, I got myself into another learningcurve HOSTING on FIREBASE
What I did so far?
I started a new project:
C:/Hugo> hugo new site "name_project"
I installed a theme in the themesfolder: > Clone Repo > Unzip in themes
I made some content:
hugo new about.md+
hugo new blog/first.md
After some searching I found a command that helped me to host locally:
hugo server --theme="theme_name" --buildDrafts
#MIND: If I try to use just
hugo server it doesnt render or load my content !!! Watch these pictures for the difference:
hugo server VIEW
hugo server --theme="theme_name" --buildDrafts VIEW
#MIND: I didnt found any of this information in any popular tutorial. QUESTIONING ergonomics!
- Hosting on FIREBASE I followed these instructions http://rac.su/hugo/firebase/ which I addopted in GIT COMMAND
VIEW of PROCESS
#MIND: ! Warning: Public directory does not contain index.html
VIEW of PROJECT DIRECTORY:
How To Add index.html To Public Directory in FIREBASE?