Standalone pages are another important part of any blog or site. Learn how to create a standalone page with Hugo, and how to link to it from other posts.
- [Instructor] Not all sites are blogs…and even blogs need some stand alone pages…that aren't blog posts.…Hugo makes it easy to create these stand alone pages, too.…Let's say I want to create an about me page on my site.…I can come here to the terminal and do Hugo New, about.md,…which creates a new file.…In my editor, you can see that this new file…is not in the post folder,…it's just at the root of the content folder.…Otherwise, it's the same as any other post I've created.…
So in this about me page, I can change the title,…and maybe say, I'm a blogger, and I love Hugo.…Now, I'll save this.…I'm going to go back to the terminal and create one more post.…Hugo new post/another-post.md.…And in this new post, I might say…another fantastic post on the blog,…and then I want to link to my about page.…
So, I might say, want to read more about me.…This syntax with brackets and parenthesis…is the markdown syntax for linking from one post to another,…or from one page to another.…Now, with both of these files saved,…let me go start up the Hugo Server.…
- How static sites work
- Advantages of static sites
- Tools for building static sites
- Installing Hugo and Git
- Creating a new Hugo site
- Building a website
- Setting up a deployment pipeline
- Deploying and testing a site
Skill Level Beginner
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1. How Static Sites Work
2. Set Up Hugo
3. Build a Website
4. Set Up a Deployment Pipeline
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