Learn what Hugo themes are and where to find them on the web. Nate demonstrates downloading and installing a theme into an existing Hugo site.
- [Narrator] Hugo uses packages called themes…to let you easily change the look and feel of your site…or start with a prebuilt look and feel.…You can see a list of themes on the web on themes.gohugo.io.…In this course, we'll use a theme called Minimalist.…To install this theme, we need to download the theme files…into our Hugo project.…To start, I can right-click on this download link…and choose Copy Link Address.…Then I'll switch over to PowerShell.…I'm still here in my Hugo Project folder,…and I can run a git command called git submodule add,…and then paste in that link that I copied…to the Minimalist theme files.…
And finally, I need to specify…that these files should be downloaded…into the themes/hugo-minimalist-theme folder.…When I switch back to my editor, I can see that…in my themes folder, I have a new folder…called hugo.minimalist-theme.…And there's one thing I need to do…to finish installing this theme.…If I open up the exampleSite folder and then the data folder…there's this file called l10n.toml.…We need to copy this into the data folder…
- Advantages of static sites
- Installing Hugo and Git
- Creating a new Hugo site
- Building a new website
- Adding posts, pages, and static content
- Publishing your static site
- Deploying via FTP, AWS, and Netlify
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