Hugo makes quick work of small client jobs. It can even handle structured data like coffee shop menus or restaurant pricing.
VIDEO: Creating A Coffee Shop Menu Using Frontmatter YAML and Hugo Creating A Hugo Homepage hugo new site my-coffee-shop && cd my-coffee-shop
The first thing we are going to do is create a new Hugo website. In the config.toml file, we added a site title.
We also need to make sure we create a index.
A part of using Hugo is the freedom of making your own theme. In this tutorial, I will explain how to bootstrap a new Hugo theme so you can customize it exactly how you want to. I will go over verifying installation, creating a theme, telling Hugo how to use your new theme, and we walk through the very basics of setting up a theme so that the home page displays.
Installing Hugo on Windows is easy with chocolately package manager.
For those who are not familiar, Hugo is a static website generator that can help you manage blazing fast static websites with minimal effort.
If you are on Windows, installing Hugo is easy using Chocolately Package Manager. Here are the steps we take.
Directions To Install Hugo on Windows 10 With Chocolately Package Manager Navigate to chocolately package manager
Click the “install” link which is located at the top right hand corner next to the light/dark toggle.