My personal website is built base on this starter. Here are the post I wrote so far: Project configuration: jec.fyi/blog/building-my-static-site-with-11ty - release 0.1.1 Setting up GitHub Actions and Firebase Hosting: jec.fyi/blog/setting-up-github-actions-and-firebase-hosting - release 0.2.0. Frontenso 11ty Starter is an open source software project. A production-ready 11ty+Gulp starter that features Nunjucks, SASS, TailwindCSS (with JIT complier), Webpack, and ESNext.
11ty-Contentful-Starter: shyruparel: An Eleventy powered multipage starter project that uses Contentful to create, and manage pages. The front end utilizes the HTML5UP Solid State theme for layout and styling. Elf: stowball: Elf is a simple, magical starter kit using webpack, Babel and Sass. 11ty-blog-starter: kohrongying: Minimal blog template.
Run the following to get this set up: Initial your package.json with the basics. npm init -y. Then install 11ty: npm install --save @11ty/eleventy. Once the install is done, you should be able to run npx eleventy --serve and 11ty will start serving your site. 11ty Starter. Since I make so many websites, I maintain an 11ty starter to clone for future projects. View code. Hey! This website is part of my tutorial for building personal websites. Read the tutorial. 11ty-Contentful-Starter: shyruparel: An Eleventy powered multipage starter project that uses Contentful to create, and manage pages. The front end utilizes the HTML5UP Solid State theme for layout and styling. Elf: stowball: Elf is a simple, magical starter kit using webpack, Babel and Sass. 11ty-blog-starter: kohrongying: Minimal blog template.
JAMStack personal blog - starter files. These are the starting files used by Kevin Powell to create a personal blog site for the Codementor DevProjects Challenge, Create a fast and secure blog using JAMStack.You are free to use them however you want to get started with the challenge, if you'd like to start working on creating the site without worrying about the content itself.
Eleventy React starter kit Use React, Styled components, and Storybook with eleventy Fork me on Github Hey, this is a footer and we are in 2022.
It feels like 11ty can handle any templating language we can throw at it. Supported file formats range from HTML, Markdown, Haml, and much more. Most starter projects start with Liquid, and to me is the most natural for folks coming from other SSG like Jekyll.
The starter contains three config files specifically for deploying with Netlify. A netlify.toml file for build settings, a headers.njk file with default security headers set for all routes (builds to /_headers path), and redirects.njk to set Netlify custom domain.
Requests all our services from Strapi API, creates markdown files out of those and saving them in your eleventy-starter folder. Builds your template (we'll create one later) & markdown files into.
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