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Gatsby.js V2 starter template based on Casual by startbootstrap

For an overview of the project structure please refer to the Gatsby documentation - Building with Components.

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Make sure that you have the Gatsby CLI program installed:

npm install --global gatsby-cli

And run from your CLI:

gatsby new <site-name>

Then you can run it by:

cd gatsby-example-site
npm install
gatsby develop


Edit config.js to put up your details

module.exports = {
  siteTitle: 'Gatsby Starter casual', // <title>
  heading: 'Gatsby Starter Casual',
  subHeading: 'A Free Bootstrap 4 based Gatsby Starter',

Deploying using Github page

package.json has a default script that uses gh-pages module to publish on Github pages. Simply running npm run deploy would publish the site on github pages.

Additionally, it also has path-prefix value set for gatsby config in config.js. Change pathPrefix to relevant path if your gatsby site is hosted on subpath of a domain, If you are hosting it as root site, i.e, , remove the pathPrefix configuration.


Suggestions and PRs are welcome!

Please create issue or open PR request for contribution.


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refer LICENSE file in this repository.

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