* Améliore la métadonnée "Description du site web" * Ajoute la vérification du compte Mastodon dans la balise <head> Co-Authored-by: Racine Alexandre <firstname.lastname@example.org>
It displays on the front page a personal and professional description, and ways to contact the person. It has a blog section too.
<head> has a metadata section to expose metadata that are useful for
reference manager as Zotero (in Dublin Core) or to social media (see
As the release version can tell, this theme is still in development and misses lot of things [see the opened issues].
You can install it as the HUGO documentation recommends.
Personal and professional description
The front page displays, if it exists, the content of the main index markdown file that could be placed at the root of the content directory [HUGO's documentation].
There's also three sections that can be displayed:
- The online presence.
- The personal contacts.
- The professional contacts.
It depends on the data provided by the site configuration, in the
section. Below a comprehensive example:
[params] # Professional contact data [params.contactsPro] address = "" phone = "[as-used-by-a-phone]" mobile = "[as-used-by-a-phone]" email = "" cv = "[file-added-in-static-directory]" publickey = "[file-added-in-static-directory]" fingerprint = "" # Personal contact data [params.contactsPriv] address = "" phone = "[as-used-by-a-phone]" mobile = "[as-used-by-a-phone]" email = "" publickey = "[file-added-in-static-directory]" fingerprint = "" xmpp = "[handle]" # Web accounts [params.online] github = "[username]" framagit = "[username]" mastodon = "[URL]" twitter = "[username]" keybase = "[username]" wikipedia = "[french-site-username]" openstreetmap = "[username]" discogs = "[username]"
layout: verseto the front header of a specific content to improve format for text in verse. Verse should be separated by a line break, strophes are paragraphs.
layout: staticto the front header of a static page, thus preventing to display the post metadata such as the publication date.
You should set
True, as it is used by the post metadata
display for the last modification date, and in the footer to provide a link to
the last commit modifying the content (still hard coded though, #14).
The publication date uses the
date field of the front matter, that should be
automatically set by the
hugo new command. If the content is published later,
you can add the
publishdate field manually, and it will override the
All further modification dates should be provided by the
git metadata. But
you can also set manually the
lastmod date in the front matter.
To make it work, in the site configuration file, you should configure the date management as below:
[frontmatter] date = ["date", "publishDate"] lastmod = [":git", "lastmod"]
Social media metadata
An image for the website can be defined in the site configuration. Place an
image optimized for the web, in the 1200 × 600 pixels resolution, in the
static/images/ directory. Then provide in the site configuration it's file
name and image description (max 80 chars, with a trailing dot):
[params] Description = "[Small website description]" Image = "mySite.jpg" ImageDescription = "[Alternate text]"
For each content (blog post), a social media image can be defined in the front
matter. The image have to be placed in the same directory (
same resolution. The frontmatter is as follow:
description: "[post-description]" postimage: "[file-name.extension]" postimagedescription: "[Alternate text]"
To generate it, use the following command: