I’ve chosen Hugo to create my blog since it was the proposed tool on our firt lab, I also took Hugo for its simplicity to deploy and configure and I wanted something more technical than a “wordpress” like web editor in order to train myself.
I deployed my blog thanks to Github since it’s a powerfull and a widely used tool.
What I did ?⌗
Then I chose a minimalist template as you can see because I wanted to keep my blog simple.
However I had several issues particularly with images. As you will see in the following posts, I I did not succeed center and resize my images.
Moreover, in my md files I had to change the path of my images from /image_path to /MyBlog/image_path
The advantage of my template is that it was easy to configure since on the Github I found it, the config.toml was given.
baseurl = "https://guillaumeg9153.github.io/MyBlog" languageCode = "en-us" theme = "terminal" paginate = 5 publishDir = "docs" [params] # dir name of your main content (default is `content/posts`). # the list of set content will show up on your index page (baseurl). #posts contentTypeName = "posts" # ["orange", "blue", "red", "green", "pink"] themeColor = "red" # if you set this to 0, only submenu trigger will be visible showMenuItems = 2 # show selector to switch language showLanguageSelector = false # set theme to full screen width fullWidthTheme = false # center theme with default width centerTheme = true # set a custom favicon (default is a `themeColor` square) # favicon = "favicon.ico" # set post to show the last updated # If you use git, you can set `enableGitInfo` to `true` and then post will automatically get the last updated showLastUpdated = false # Provide a string as a prefix for the last update date. By default, it looks like this: 2020-xx-xx [Updated: 2020-xx-xx] :: Author # updatedDatePrefix = "Updated" # set all headings to their default size (depending on browser settings) # it's set to `true` by default # oneHeadingSize = false [params.twitter] # set Twitter handles for Twitter cards # see https://developer.twitter.com/en/docs/tweets/optimize-with-cards/guides/getting-started#card-and-content-attribution # do not include @ creator = "" site = "" [languages] [languages.en] languageName = "English" title = "Guillaume Grandineau Blog" subtitle = "A simple, retro theme for Hugo" owner = "" keywords = "" copyright = "" menuMore = "Show more" readMore = "Read more" readOtherPosts = "Read other posts" missingContentMessage = "Page not found..." missingBackButtonLabel = "Back to home page" [languages.en.params.logo] logoText = "Guillaume Grandineau blog" logoHomeLink = "https://guillaumeg9153.github.io/MyBlog" [languages.en.menu] #[[languages.en.menu.main]] # identifier = "about" # name = "About" # url = "/about" # [[languages.en.menu.main]] # identifier = "showcase" # name = "Showcase" # url = "/showcase"
When we did the first lab I already knew how to start a Unity project so I didn’t have issues.
I encourage you parcouring the next labs to know more about my Unity journey, I also added a post concerning my Unity game.
So I hope you will appreciate my blog and its content, see you !