Template for creating Elm websites
This project contains all of the source files used to create elm-lang.org. It provides a server and general structure for creating your own Elm website. The server lets you mix Elm, images, videos, HTML/CSS/JS, and whatever else you need.
You can also use this to run elm-lang.org/try locally.
First make sure that you have the Elm compiler installed (directions).
Then follow these steps to get the website running locally:
git clone https://github.com/elm-lang/elm-lang.org.git cd elm-lang.org git checkout stable elm-package install cabal configure cabal install --only-dependencies cabal build ./dist/build/run-elm-website/run-elm-website
You can run
cabal clean to clear out all cached build information and start fresh.
frontend/public/— all of the .elm files used for the site. This makes up the majority of client-side code. You can change/delete the existing files and add entirely new files. The changes, deletions, and additions will be served automatically.
server/— the Haskell files responsible for serving everything from .elm files to images. Look here if you need to change how a particular resource is served or if you want to disable some of the sites features (such as the online editor).