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Netlification

Netlification

This is a Hugo theme component with helpers to host your GoHugo generated static website on Netlify. If you don’t use Netlify, you DO NOT need this module. Features Installation and setup Configuration Redirects Per post Additional Redirects Disable internal alias creation in Hugo Headers Content Security Policy Sample Configuration Updating Extend netlification headers from other modules Notes Testing output Troubleshooting Features Redirects: Adds redirects via HTTP headers.

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Hooks

Hooks

Key Features Hook principle Call hooks in layouts Simple Calls Extended Use (adding parameters to the call) Configuration Module based hooks (plugin hooks) Best Practices RFC: “Global” Reusable Hooks Namespaced Hooks Sample hook usage Hooks for GoHugo layouts. An easy way for theme developers to let users add partials and blocks at pre-defined safe places to their themes.

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Debug

Debug everything in Hugo! This module for GoHugo adds debugging partials for everything you need to debug. Notes This is a GoHugo module to use while you are developing your theme or website. It slows down the build process. Knowledge about variables in our template and NOT speed is our main priority.

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Feeds

Feeds

This is a GoHugo theme component that implements various configurable feed formats. Currently implemented formats are RSS, Atom and JSONfeed. Find out more about the RSS, Atom and JSON feed formats ToDo proper implementation of the formats RSS Atom JSON feed add hooks (for all feed formats or individual feed formats) configurable section-, taxonomy- and term-feeds partial to output list of available feeds on your website proper testing, validation and dev-site Configuration Limits hugo-feeds uses a cautious approach at configuring the output of the feeds.

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Icons

Icons

This Hugo theme component streamlines the addition of SVG-based icon sets to your Hugo website, utilizing the efficient method of defining icons once using <symbol> and reusing them with <use>. By default, the module includes the Bootstrap Icons set as an example, but it is designed to support any SVG icon set you wish to integrate.

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