Hugo tutorials for SEO friendly static web sites
I use Hugo to power this site, as well as some blogs at work. Here are some cool things I’ve learned.
If you have more than one Hugo site, it can be worth making a theme, even if you’re the only user. But you’ll want to read these tips first.
How to use the MoonBooth SEO Theme for Hugo
Yours free: the best SEO theme for the world’s fastest framework, Hugo
Hosting a Hugo site on Netlify is free if it’s a personal website.
If you want blog post urls of the form example.com/my-blog-post/, here’s how to do that without hurting your SEO.
Learn how to customise your 404 page in Hugo while also avoiding an edge case “soft 404” error.
Hugo is the best static site generator, plain and simple.
HSTS helps make your HTTPS website even more secure.
Before I worked this out, I had a bunch of Hugo partials and it was all a big mess.
What’s the point of a link that doesn’t take you anywhere new?
Stories from 1Password, Kubernetes, and a data visualisation consultancy up the road from me in Sydney.
This tutorial will show you how to improve the SEO of your Hugo site. Let’s get started!
Bringing up my Hugo site locally is now a breeze instead of a chore.
Do you want to supercharge your Hugo sections? There are several great tips here for you.
I learned a way to save lots of time when creating new blog posts in Hugo. Here’s my current workflow.
Do you want author bios to appear automatically at the end of each blog post? How about a page listing all authors? Here’s how to do all that, and more.