This is basically a single-page website with auto-scrolling based on left-hand nav. Dedicated project/publications pages allow more detail. Includes a client-side search powered by fuse.js at ‘/search’ but currently theme does not link to that anywhere. Includes an /admin endpoint that can allow authorized users to use a WYSIWYG editor and commit files back to markdown, but with a Wordpress/CMS like experience.
Initially projects were in their own JSON file too, but I decided I wanted to allow more detail and custom formatting.
Projects are added to one of 2 subfolders of creations or contributions. The difference indicates your role as originator or colaborator. Use hugo add projects/TYPE/name-of-project.md to leverage the proper archetype.
Similar to projects, create them under publications. Include any papers, speaking engagements, articles, etc.
Blog / Posts
Similar to posts, create them under blog. Include any thoughts, musiings, etc.
This template does not support a posts folder
All personal information outside the above details is captured by params in config.toml, or can be edited in the “Settings” collection if using CMS.
CMS Editor with Netlify CMS
Does not require deployment to Netlify!
Netlify CMS is an open source project that enables CMS like experience for static site generation tools like Hugo. This theme includes a fully working integration and guide in exampleSite/static/admin
This project ports the Start Bootstrap Resume theme by David Miller to support hugo.
Start Bootstrap is an open source library of free Bootstrap templates and themes. All of the free templates and themes on Start Bootstrap are released under the MIT license, which means you can use them for any purpose, even for commercial projects.