Making a website with Hugo | Silvestar Bistrović | Skillshare
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6 Lessons (42m)
    • 1. Intro

    • 2. Starting with the project

    • 3. Adding navigation

    • 4. Adding the first blog post

    • 5. Adding partials and data files

    • 6. Finalizing the project


About This Class


During this course, you will learn how to make a static website using Hugo.

Most websites built using other frameworks, like Wordpress, are slow and insecure. Hugo is all you need to make a lightweight, fast and secure site.

It is not absolutely necessary, but it would be great if you are familiar with HTML, Markdown, and working in Terminal or Command Prompt. Bonus points for anyone who know how to use versioning control systems like Git.

The completed project could be seen here:

Contact mail: [email protected]





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Silvestar Bistrović

Fearless web developer

I am a fearless web developer, CSS craftsman, JAMstack enthusiast, and WordPress theme specialist. I enjoy creating pixel-perfect, responsive, and modern websites. My focus is on delivering the best experience for users on every device. Making faster, lighter, and more secure sites using Wordpress or Static Page Generators is my specialty. When I am not coding, I like to write new articles on my blog.

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