Setting up and configuring hugo-geo is as simple as changing a few values in your site
config.toml. Lets look at this example site’s config and go over what
each of hugo-geo’s site
If this guide doesn’t answer your question it may be covered in the Hugo documentation.
baseurl = "http://replace-this-with-your-hugo-site.com/" relativeURLs = false languageCode = "en-us" title = "My New Hugo Site" disqusShortname = "shortcode-here" paginate = 5 [taxonomies] tag = "tags" tutorial = "tutorials" [params] showglobe = true analytics = "code-here" github = "https://github.com/alexurquhart" twitter = "https://twitter.com/alexanderurq" linkedin = "https://www.linkedin.com/profile/view?id=339355941" email = "firstname.lastname@example.org" profilepic = "img/profile.png" title = "MY NAME" subtitle = "MY HUGO BLOG" [[params.navlinks]] name = "About" url = "about" [[params.navlinks]] name = "Blog" url = "" [[params.navlinks]] name = "Tutorials" url = "tutorial/"
The Spinning Globe
showglobe = true
Set this to
false and the spinning globe in the sidebar will not be rendered.
In order to remain compatible with Hugo v0.14, the analytics shortcode is specified in the site params.
github = "https://github.com/alexurquhart" twitter = "https://twitter.com/alexanderurq" linkedin = "https://www.linkedin.com/profile/view?id=339355941" email = "email@example.com"
These social settings set the icon links in the sidebar. If you don’t want to have a certain icon or link show up, simply remove it.
Sidebar Profile Picture
profilepic = "img/profile.png"
This is the path to the profile image shown in the sidebar, relative to the
Title & Subtitle
Either of these can be removed. If the
title param is removed, then the site
title will be used instead.
A customizable array of links that will appear in the sidebar, or dropdown menu when viewed on mobile. The URL is relative to the
Content Front Matter
There are few custom settings you can specify in your content front matter that will effect how hugo generates your site.
Syntax highlighting with hljs
scripts = [ "//cdnjs.cloudflare.com/ajax/libs/highlight.js/8.8.0/languages/go.min.js", ] css = [ "//cdn.leafletjs.com/leaflet/v0.7.7/leaflet.css" ]
In order for a
tutorial to show up on the
/tutorials/ page list, it must have
index = true present in the front matter of the post.
tutorial’s will not show up on the front page of the site, yet.
Multi-paged tutorial series can be accomplished by including links to each page of the tutorial on the page with
index = true.