Gatsby + Netlify CMS Starter
Note: This starter uses Gatsby v2.
- A simple landing page with blog functionality built with Netlify CMS
- Editabe Pages: Landing, About, Product, Blog-Collection and Contact page with Netlify Form support
- Create Blog posts from Netlify CMS
- Tags: Separate page for posts under each tag
- Basic directory organization
- Uses Bulma for styling, but size is reduced by
- Blazing fast loading times thanks to pre-rendered HTML and automatic chunk loading of JS files
gatbsy-imagewith Netlify-CMS preview support
- Separate components for everything
- Netlify deploy configuration
- Netlify function support, see
- Perfect score on Lighthouse for SEO, Accessibility and Performance (wip:PWA)
- ..and more
- Node (I recommend using v8.2.0 or higher)
- Gatsby CLI
Getting Started (Recommended)
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. The example here is the Kaldi coffee company template (adapted from One Click Hugo CMS). 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 start
To test the CMS locally, you'll need run a production build of the site:
$ npm run build $ npm run serve
Getting Started (Without Netlify)
$ gatsby new [SITE_DIRECTORY_NAME] https://github.com/netlify-templates/gatsby-starter-netlify-cms/ $ cd [SITE_DIRECTORY_NAME] $ npm run build $ npm run serve
Setting up the CMS
Follow the Netlify CMS Quick Start Guide to set up authentication, and hosting.
Windows users might encounter
node-gyp errors when trying to npm install.
To resolve, make sure that you have both Python 2.7 and the Visual C++ build environment installed.
npm config set python python2.7 npm install --global --production windows-build-tools
Contributions are always welcome, no matter how large or small. Before contributing, please read the code of conduct.