# Note 3

# FlowChart

draw.io (opens new window) example:

# Hugo

# Installation

➕ Install Hugo on Windows:

https://gohugo.io/getting-started/installing (opens new window)


Add Hugo to your Windows PATH settings:


➕ Verify the Executable:

At the prompt, type hugo help and press the Enter key. You should see output that starts with:


If you do, then the installation is complete.

➕ Create a project:

cd C:\Hugo\Sites
hugo new site my_blog

You should now have a directory at \Sites\my_blog


# Theme

https://hugodoit.pages.dev/theme-documentation-basics (opens new window)

# Install the Theme

Download the latest release (opens new window) and extract it in the themes directory. Or,

clone this repository to the themes directory:

git clone https://github.com/HEIGE-PCloud/DoIt.git themes/DoIt

or using Github Desktop:


# Submodules

A common error found when initiating a deployment is either:

fatal: No url found for submodule path 'path/to/submodule'

The mapping needs to be added to a .gitmodules file located in the root directory of the repository you are using.

[submodule "path_to_submodule"]
  path = path_to_submodule
  url = git://url-of-source/

# Basic Configuration

The following is a basic configuration for the DoIt theme, by modifying config.toml in \Sites\my_blog

baseURL = "http://example.org/"
# [en, zh-cn, fr, ...] determines default content language
defaultContentLanguage = "en"
# language code
languageCode = "en"
title = "My New Hugo Site"

# Change the default theme to be use when building the site with Hugo
theme = "DoIt"

# Enable emoji globally
enableEmoji = "true"

  # DoIt theme version
  version = "0.2.X"

    identifier = "posts"
    # you can add extra information before the name (HTML format is supported), such as icons
    pre = ""
    # you can add extra information after the name (HTML format is supported), such as icons
    post = ""
    name = "Posts"
    url = "/posts/"
    # title will be shown when you hover on this menu link
    title = ""
    weight = 1
    identifier = "tags"
    pre = ""
    post = ""
    name = "Tags"
    url = "/tags/"
    title = ""
    weight = 2
    identifier = "categories"
    pre = ""
    post = ""
    name = "Categories"
    url = "/categories/"
    title = ""
    weight = 3

# Markup related configuration in Hugo
  # Syntax Highlighting (https://gohugo.io/content-management/syntax-highlighting)
    # false is a necessary configuration (https://github.com/dillonzq/LoveIt/issues/158)
    noClasses = false

# Create Your First Post

cd C:\Hugo\Sites\my_blog
hugo new posts/first_post.md


By default all posts and pages are created as a draft. If you want to render these pages, remove the property draft: true from the metadata, set the property draft: false or add -D or --buildDrafts parameter to hugo command.

# Launching the Website Locally

 hugo serve

It is highly recommended that you add --disableFastRender parameter to hugo server command for the live preview of the page you are editing.

hugo serve --disableFastRender

# Deployment

https://www.netlify.com/blog/2015/07/30/hosting-hugo-on-netlifyinsanely-fast-deploys (opens new window)

# Posts Structure

➕ Basic Markdown syntax

https://hugodoit.pages.dev/basic-markdown-syntax/ (opens new window)

➡️ Read more at https://foxdie.pages.dev/first-post/ (opens new window)