Hexo is a fast, simple, and powerful blog framework powered by Node.js that uses EJS as its default templating engine, it also supports Handlebars and Jade as an alternative templating engine. Hexo also supports CSS preprocessor Stylus, Sass, Scss and Less. Hexo plugins can be built in Node.js. Hexo offer a
_config.yml for themes this lets theme developers and custom strings and options to their theme without having to change the main
_config.yml and disturb the default or stock config or cause any issue. Hexo compiles output faster than most static website/blog frameworks/generators.
If you are running Arch Linux ARM on your Raspberry Pi.
pacman -S nodejs
Once we get Node.js installed on our Raspberry Pi, we can install Hexo.
npm install -g hexo
Creating a Hexo based website
hexo init Blog
cd into Blog
Run npm install.
Your folder structure should look something like this.
├── _config.yml ├── package.json ├── scaffolds ├── scripts ├── source | ├── _drafts | └── _posts └── themes
You can edit the
_config.yml to customize the static generation or edit the
_config.yml in the
themes/<theme-name> to customize the theme.
Now generate static files.
You can view the Hexo documentation to learn more.
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