Copy config.yaml from exampleSite to the root directory of your hugo project.
Open config.yaml and add your relevant information.
Copy data folder from exampleSite to the root directory of your hugo project. All you need is that folder.
Create your resume in yaml files.
You can add/remove sections.
Add multiple pages as many as you like. (still, let’s not forget the aim here. a resume should be precise. I don’t think a recruiter will scroll down on it.)
Order of the “features” are important in the config file.
Copy the \assets folder under the exampleSite directory if you like to make simple modifications.
Set avatar link in config.yaml, you may keep the image under static folder. You can set it as false if you don’t want to add a picture.
You can change style of the publications feature in the config file. There are options for APA and IEEE standards. Report me on gitlab or send a merge requests if standarts are erroneous. I’m no expert on citation standarts.
Print | Save As PDF
There is a snippet in the exampleSite\assets\custom.scss file for printing the href attribute. It’s not included as default. Because “save as pdf” is way more common usage than a hard copy. Also, I wouldn’t prefer printing a long url on a hard copy.
If you don’t like the result of “save as pdf” in Mozilla Firefox, try Chrome or a Chromium-based browser. Probably, because Firefox doesn’t support this.
This project is open-sourced and licensed under the terms of the MIT license. I would be happy though, if you give attribution. <3
I’m open to suggestions and contributions.
My Work Flow
Delete resources folder in main project.
Build your hugo site using the theme. hugo server
Copy resources folder from main project to theme folder themes\resume-A4\resources