A blog for designers and developer, built with Gatsby and Netlfiy CMS. Live demo https://delog-w3layouts.netlify.com/
This simple website built with GatsbyJS and Netlify CMS. Deploys on netlify with single click. This Starter is sponsered by W3Layouts.
Install this starter locally: (assuming you already have NodeJS and GatsbyJS installed)
bash gatsby new gatsby-starter-delog https://github.com/W3Layouts/gatsby-starter-delog
Instructions also available at W3Layouts Delog Launch Article.
You need to change repo URL to your own
/static/admin/config.yml, for example
/admin/. for example
example.netlify.com/admin/, You will see login with Github button.
Inside you Netlify CMS admin,
Settings > Configor you can go to
site-meta-data.json. Here you can edit following details * Title * Description * Site URL * Homepage Title * Homepage Description * To get the Contact form working. you need too add a form at W3Layouts forms. Follow the steps How to enable W3Layouts Contact form instructions to create a form then your contact form is all set.
I hope you will build a great website with Delog. If you like it please spread the word, Feel free to contribute and raise a pull request :)
For issues,feedback on enhancement or sharing your new awesome website built with delog. Create New Issue Here
We are maintaining future task in Github Project, even though most changes are instantaious. We try keep them posted here.
All notable changes to this project are listed here.
site-meta-data.json. maintained via Netlify CMS
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