Commit f807f9b1 authored by Nick Gracilla's avatar Nick Gracilla

clean up todos

parent 26dc4cee
# modular content modeling demo
// TODO: update readme
This sample code supports the article [Modular content modeling in the JAMstack framework with Forestry's Front Matter Templates and Hugo](Modular content modeling in the JAMstack framework with Forestry's Front Matter Templates and Hugo).
Modular content modeling code samples with Hugo and Forestry
## Clone:
git clone --recurse-submodules https://gitlab.com/nicfits/modular-content-modeling-demo.git
## Clone
`git clone --recurse-submodules https://gitlab.com/nicfits/modular-content-modeling-demo.git`
## Thank: https://github.com/zhe/hugo-theme-slim
N.B.: you must use the `--recurse-submodules` flag when cloning! The hugo theme slim is included as a submodule.
## Inspired by:
## Thanks
## Article URL
* https://github.com/zhe/hugo-theme-slim
* http://forestry.io
* https://gohugo.io
* DJ Walker for laying the groundwork in https://forestry.io/blog/3-tips-for-mastering-blocks/
......@@ -3,11 +3,10 @@ languageCode = "en-us"
title = "Modular content modeling with Hugo and Forestry"
theme = "slim"
[params]
Subtitle = "Code samples to support article"
# TODO: update when article URL is available
Subtitle = "Sample code to demonstrate Front Matter Templates"
TwitterID = "@nickgracilla"
Summary = false # takes true or false
Content = true # takes true or false
# if both are set to true, summary is shown.
FooterMsg = "Powered by Hugo and Forestry."
FooterMsg = "Powered by Hugo and Forestry, with the Hugo theme Slim"
mainSections = ["post"]
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