Now I am so kicked that my blogging woes are finally over. I can straight away publish my linked notes from logseq to my static Hugo blog. Yes, this blog is published via schrodinger plugin for logseq. It is developed by young 17 year developer called Aryan Sawhney.
I have been mostly interacting with Aryan so far, and he has this short way of communicating which is rather difficult to understand but he has patiently taken care of all my issues and now I have a wiki links, backlinks enabled blog.
How to do it?
Well, go and download the schrodinger plugin on your Logseq desktop app.
Note - You need to have the developer mode enabled in logseq for this.
Once done, export your logseq graph for Hugo and push the export in to your local GitHub repo where you will be hosting this blog. Now your Github repository is now ready to be turned into a Hugo Blog.
There are more detailed instructions on the GitHub Plugin Page if you want to know exact step by step guide.
Building a Hugo Site via Netlify
Go to Netlify, choose import and existing project, connect your GIthub repo.
Now deploy the Hugo site
Ok. Three things to remember. Enter the following values.
- The command to build - is - hugo
- Select the base directory
- Publish directory is - public
This ofcourse is a static website which means you need to keep manually pushing updates. Read more on [[Static Vs Dynamic Websites]]
Again a BIG THANKS TO ARYAN SAWHNEY for helping me set this blog up via logseq publishing.
- You may want to read this Issues with schrodinger plugin
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