💻 GitHub Repo
You can find the template here.
Inside of your Hugo project, you'll see the following folders and files:
/ ├── archetypes/ ├── public/ ├── resources/ ├── themes/ ├── config.toml └── package.json
If you want to learn more about
Hugo, you can checkout the official Hugo Documentation.
All commands are run from the root of the project, from a terminal:
||Generate your website|
||Start Hugo development server|
You can configure this site deployment using Fleek CLI and running:
> fleek sites init WARN! Fleek CLI is in beta phase, use it under your own responsibility ? Choose one of the existing sites or create a new one. › ❯ Create a new site
It will prompt you for a
dist directory location &
name: How you want to name the site
dist: The output directory where the site is located, for this template it's
build command: Command to build your site, this will be used to deploy the latest version either by CLI or Github Actions
After configuring your
fleek.json file, you can deploy the site by running
fleek sites deploy
After running it you will get an output like this:
WARN! Fleek CLI is in beta, use it at your own discretion > Success! Deployed! > Site IPFS CID: Qmbv2NT91iPkXaoim5CSwdR8MLEoquRPcsdZncZ5QaxAqn > You can visit through the gateway: > https://ipfs.io/ipfs/Qmbv2NT91iPkXaoim5CSwdR8MLEoquRPcsdZncZ5QaxAqn
- Continuous Integration (CI):
fleek sites ciDocumentation.
- Adding custom domains:
fleek domains createDocumentation.
This template has been configured to produce a static output. This means you can deploy it directly to IPFS without needing a server. Make sure to generate your static site before deploying using
For absolute URLs to work correctly on IPFS, you need to configure the URLs to be the relative. This can be done in the
relativeURLs = true