The theme optimizes images by default with a custom Hugo’s markdown render hook: The theme creates resized versions for each image, ranging from 100 to 700 pixels wide. It generates WebP versions for each size if the original image format isn’t WebP. The theme keeps the original file format as a fallback for browsers that don’t support the WebP format. Images in SVG format are embedded as-is. Blog Post Cover Images # Use the front matter of your posts to add cover images:
We’ll describe here some of the basics about using subversion: starting out, changing things, and tagging releases. For more comprehensive documentation, see The SVN Book. First, some terminology # If you’re new to subversion, you’ll need to know what a few words mean, so let’s go over how subversion behaves to introduce some terms. All your files will be centrally stored in the repository on our servers. From that repository, anyone can check out a copy of your plugin files onto their local machine, but, as a plugin author, only you have tho authority to check in.
OK. Let me be clear. I am going to switch at least one of my WordPress blog to Static Site. But, I am thinking about a headless CMS and which Static Site Generator (SSG) will suit me. I have little experience with Node.js but more or less coding is fun and I always try experience new things. For now, this site will remain as it is however I am testing with Ghost as headless CMS, since it offers clutter free writing experience.