This component for GoHugo adds a customizable robots.txt to your website. This module overrides the internal robots.txt generation of Hugo and lets you configure what robots.txt in your public folder will contain. It also offers a meta-robots tag for your head section.
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Google on Monday announced that they will change several things regarding to sitemaps and pinging the search engine about updates of the sitemap. The main points are: Pings are not accepted anymore starting in 6 months, due to them being unreliable.
Hugo in version 0.114.0 finally introduced the changes I wrote about a while back. The hugo command on the CLI now dropped the –log and –verboseLog flags and deprecated the –verbose and –debug flags. Instead, it now uses the –logLevel as an indicator of verbosity.
Discover npkill, a command-line tool to clean up space wasted by node_modules folders. Easy to use, fast, and minimal dependencies.
For some time now, I was receiving the following warnings after an otherwise successful run of apt update: plain 1W: http://linux.dropbox.com/ubuntu/dists/disco/Release.gpg: 2Key is stored in legacy trusted.gpg keyring (/etc/apt/trusted.gpg), 3see the DEPRECATION section in apt-key(8) for details. 4W: http://prerelease.keybase.io/deb/dists/stable/InRelease: 5Key is stored in legacy trusted.
Hugo, the little static site generator that powers this website, offers two main content organization options known as page bundles. Page bundles provide a way to group page resources in leaf and branch bundles, allowing for more structured content management. In this quick guide, I will show you how to easily switch between the two types without much manual work.