To start using Cuttlebelle make sure you got NodeJs installed.
Install Cuttlebelle so that the
cuttlebelle command is available to you globally.
npm install cuttlebelle -g
init command now to get you started with a bunch of files and a minimum layout.
This command will create the below files and compile them for you into the
. ├── assets │ └── css │ └── site.css ├── code │ ├── page.js │ └── partial.js ├── content │ ├── _shared │ │ ├── footer.md │ │ └── header.md │ └── index │ ├── body.md │ └── index.yml └── site ├── assets │ └── css │ └── site.css └── index.html 9 directories, 9 files
Now running the watch command will open the browser for you and show you what you got so far.
The address the server will listen on starts at http://localhost:8080/ and increase it’s port number depending on what ports are available on your machine. So the address you put in your browser could be http://localhost:8081/ or http://localhost:8085/ etc.