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8/22 Data fix/dark mode Integration
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gatsby-node.js Renamed users/authors to unicorns per team Aug 10, 2019
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This repository acts as the source code location for the Unicorn Utterances blog found here

Important Files

Blog Posts

Should be located under content/blog/post-name-here. You should then have an file containing a frontmatter (with JS header, not YAML) portion and any related files should be in the same folder.

Author Data File

The author data file is located at src/data/authors.json. To add yourself as an author in a PR for a new post, you'd add your information as a new JSON object in the array, then add a profile picture to the data folder. The pronouns field should match an id in the pronouns.json (if yours is not listed, please add it as a new value in that file, we've tried to do our best to include everything we've found!)

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To start the develop server, run npm run develop, it will then start the local instance at http://localhost:8000. You also have the ability to checkout the GraphiQL tool at 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.

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