Table of contents
- Quick Start
- Deploy with Netlify
- Folder Structure
- Lost Grid.
- Modern font stack.
- Beautiful typography inspired by matejlatin/Gutenberg.
- Syntax highlighting in code blocks using PrismJS.
- Mobile-First approach in development.
- Archive organized by tags and categories.
- Pagination support.
- Netlify CMS support.
- Google Analytics.
- Disqus Comments.
Create a Gatsby site
Use the Gatsby CLI to create a new site, specifying the Lumen starter.
# Create a new Gatsby site using the Lumen starter gatsby new blog https://github.com/alxshelepenok/gatsby-starter-lumen
Navigate into your new site’s directory and start it up.
cd blog gatsby develop
Open the source code and start editing!
Your site is now running at
Note: You'll also see a second link:
http://localhost:8000/___graphql. This is a tool you can use to experiment with querying your data. Learn more about using this tool in the Gatsby tutorial.
blog directory in your code editor of choice and edit
src/templates/index-template.js. Save your changes and the browser will update in real time!
Deploy with Netlify
Netlify CMS can run in any frontend web environment, but the quickest way to try it out is by running it on a pre-configured starter site with Netlify. Use the button below to build and deploy your own copy of the repository:
After clicking that button, you’ll authenticate with GitHub and choose a repository name. Netlify will then automatically create a repository in your GitHub account with a copy of the files from the template. Next, it will build and deploy the new site on Netlify, bringing you to the site dashboard when the build is complete. Next, you’ll need to set up Netlify’s Identity service to authorize users to log in to the CMS.
$ git clone https://github.com/[GITHUB_USERNAME]/[REPO_NAME].git $ cd [REPO_NAME] $ yarn $ npm run develop
To test the CMS locally, you'll need run a production build of the site:
$ npm run build $ npm run serve
└── content ├── pages └── posts └── static ├── admin └── media └── src ├── assets │ └── scss │ ├── base │ └── mixins ├── cms │ └── preview-templates ├── components │ ├── Feed │ ├── Icon │ ├── Layout │ ├── Page │ ├── Pagination │ ├── Post │ │ ├── Author │ │ ├── Comments │ │ ├── Content │ │ ├── Meta │ │ └── Tags │ └── Sidebar │ ├── Author │ ├── Contacts │ ├── Copyright │ └── Menu ├── constants ├── templates └── utils
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