colortheme = "white"# dark, light, white, or classic
css = ["css/custom.css"]
You can add multiple custom stylesheets which will be loaded after the main theme css.
For example, the above line will load the CSS-file placed at /static/css/custom.css.
# Main menu which appears below site header.[[menu.main]]
name = "Home"url = "/"weight = 1[[menu.main]]
name = "All posts"url = "/posts"weight = 2[[menu.main]]
name = "Tags"url = "/tags"weight = 3[[menu.main]]
name = "About"url = "/about"weight = 4
description: description will be displayed in the homepage. Markdown syntax is supported in the description string.
description = "Hugo is a general-purpose website framework. Technically speaking, Hugo is a static site generator. Unlike systems that dynamically build a page with each visitor request, Hugo builds pages when you create or update your content. Since websites are viewed far more often than they are edited, Hugo is designed to provide an optimal viewing experience for your website’s end users and an ideal writing experience for website authors."
set your main section (used as the link for the “writings” title on the homepage)
mainSection = "posts"
change the default main section title from Writings, to something else:
Projects section will not be shown if no data file is detected. See Projects list below.
Create your projects data file data/projects.yaml|toml|json. Hugo support yaml, toml and json formats.
for former hexo cactus users: please assign your json array to a list key.
for example, data/projects.json:
"desc":"A fast, simple & powerful blog framework" },
"desc":"The iconic font and CSS toolkit" }
Social media links
name = "github"link = "https://github.com/monkeyWzr"[[params.social]]
name = "email"link = "firstname.lastname@example.org"# no need for "mailto:" at the start[[params.social]]
name = "linkedin"link = "https://www.linkedin.com/in/monkeywzr/"