sveltekit-blog-mdx VS sveltekit-seo

Compare sveltekit-blog-mdx vs sveltekit-seo and see what are their differences.

sveltekit-seo

Demo site for SvelteKit SEO showing how to set up meta tags in a SvelteKit blog site. (by rodneylab)
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sveltekit-blog-mdx

Posts with mentions or reviews of sveltekit-blog-mdx. We have used some of these posts to build our list of alternatives and similar projects. The last one was on 2022-03-28.
  • SvelteKit Accessibility Testing: Automated CI A11y Tests
    2 projects | dev.to | 28 Mar 2022
    We will run through using the SvelteKit MDsveX starter but if you already have a SvelteKit site, it might make more since for you to follow along but working on a test branch of your own site. If you are using the starter, let’s get going by cloning it locally:
  • Use Vim Keyboard Shortcuts on your Blog
    2 projects | dev.to | 18 Oct 2021
    In this post we see how you can modify a Svelte blog site to respond to some Vim keyboard shortcuts. We'll clone the SvelteKit Blog MDsveX Starter to get things going quicker. Then we will create a new component for responding to keyboard shortcuts and add that to the existing blog post template. If you are not yet familiar with SvelteKit, you can still follow along. If you don't like Svelte then the code can also be adapted for use on React or plain HTML/JavaScript sites. Why don't we press on?
  • SvelteKit hCaptcha Contact Form: Keeping Bots Away
    1 project | dev.to | 13 Oct 2021
    git clone https://github.com/rodneylab/sveltekit-blog-mdx.git sveltekit-hcaptcha-form cd sveltekit-hcaptcha-form pnpm install cp .env.EXAMPLE .env pnpm run dev
  • SvelteKit Dynamic Image Import: Add Images to Templates
    1 project | dev.to | 20 Sep 2021
    Using a script, if we decide we want to use AVIF images instead of WebP or change our image widths, it is pretty easy to regenerate the data files. Likewise if we decide to go for a plain, dominant colour placeholder instead of the low resolution one. You can see a full working example in the SvelteKit Blog MDsveX starter on the Rodney Lab GitHub page.
  • SvelteKit Image Plugin: Next-Gen Images in Svelte
    3 projects | dev.to | 8 Sep 2021
    We'll start with the SvelteKit MDsveX starter and add a responsive image to the home page. We will see how you can generate a low resolution placeholder as well as an alternative dominant colour placeholder. We will generate a WebP Next-Gen format image together with the original JPEG in different sizes so the image looks good on large retina displays without having to download a huge image for small mobile displays. Using the placeholders, we will eliminate image layout shift.
  • Anyone tried building JAM stack website using Svelte Kit?
    6 projects | reddit.com/r/sveltejs | 4 Sep 2021
  • SvelteKit Blog SEO: Climb the Search Results Page
    1 project | dev.to | 10 Aug 2021
    In this post we took a look at how to customise the SEO meta generated by the MDsveX starter. It might seem a little abstract until you customise it for your own projects, so I would definitely say try using it as a next step. As always I am keen to get feedback and to hear how you have used it. You can clone the entire repo from the Rodney Lab Git Page.
  • SvelteKit PWA: Installable App with Offline Access
    2 projects | dev.to | 5 Aug 2021
    I have just added PWA functionality to the MDsveX starter. All you need to do is customise the website configuration file with with site's name and theme colours, then run a script to generate all the different icon sizes automatically. Here is exactly what you need to do in five simple steps. If you are looking for a more general SvelteKit Tutorial or how to get started with SvelteKit I have a couple of posts you will appreciate.
  • SvelteKit SEO: Search Engine Optimisation Metadata
    2 projects | dev.to | 29 Jul 2021
    We will return to SchemaOrg in more detail. To start though, let's take a look at more general SEO metadata and then Twitter metadata. If you are starting a new site clone the SvelteKit MDsveX starter and follow along. Alternatively you can follow along and paste the code snippets into your own project.
  • SvelteKit Tutorial: Build a Svelte MDsveX Blog Site
    1 project | dev.to | 28 Jul 2021
    git clone https://github.com/rodneylab/sveltekit-blog-mdx.git sveltekit-tutorial cd sveltekit-tutorial pnpm install cp .env.EXAMPLE .env pnpm run dev

sveltekit-seo

Posts with mentions or reviews of sveltekit-seo. We have used some of these posts to build our list of alternatives and similar projects. The last one was on 2021-08-06.
  • Adding Schema.org Markup to your SvelteKit Site
    3 projects | dev.to | 6 Aug 2021
    There is a little data which feeds into the SchemaOrg component. The mechanism is similar to the one we used for the Twitter and OpenGraph components though. As there is a bit to get through here, we won't go into details on how to plumb the data in. That should stop the post getting too long! You can see the full code on the Rodney Lab GitHub repo which is a complete and tested version. The demo site is up at sveltekit-seo.rodneylab.com/. We will focus on the SchemaOrg component which is in the file src/lib/components/SEO/SchemaOrg.svelte.
  • Open Graph SEO in SvelteKit: Custom Share Images
    2 projects | dev.to | 4 Aug 2021
    We include the two images mentioned earlier. In the generated page you might get problems generating WhatsApp social images if, in the page's HTML head section, the Open Graph image tags come after the first tag. I checked the generated code and this is not an issue here, using SvelteKit. If you are using other frameworks though, and have WhatsApp issues, it is worth checking and re-ordering the elements if needed.

    πŸ’― Open Graph SEO in SvelteKit: Test

    As always our last step is to test this all works. As with the Twitter meta, there is a tool for checking Open Graph meta. This is the Facebook Sharing Debugger. To use it, you will need to have a Facebook account and to log in.

    You can ignore the warning about the missing fb:app_id property (see above).

    πŸ™ŒπŸ½ Open Graph SEO in SvelteKit: Wrapup

    That's it for this post. We looked at:

    • what Open Graph SEO meta you should include in your website pages and posts,
    • how to generate Open Graph SEO in SvelteKit,
    • testing you Open Graph metadata.

    In the previous post on SvelteKit SEO, as well as an introduction to SEO in general, we looked at adding SEO meta for Twitter, which is used for Twitter, Slack and other apps. In the next post in the series we will step up a gear and look at the more advanced Schema.org meta you can start including on your site pages. SchemaOrg is a protocol designed to let browsers understand what a website page is about. Using it can lead to higher ranking in Google and more prominent display of your page in search results pages. Looking forward to running through this!

    You can see the code for the story so far on the Rodney Lab Git Hub repo.

    πŸ™πŸ½ Open Graph SEO in SvelteKit: Feedback

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  • SvelteKit SEO: Search Engine Optimisation Metadata
    2 projects | dev.to | 29 Jul 2021
    You can see the code for the story so far on the Rodney Lab Git Hub repo.

What are some alternatives?

When comparing sveltekit-blog-mdx and sveltekit-seo you can also consider the following projects:

svelte-materialify - A Material UI Design Component library for Svelte heavily inspired by vuetify.

storyblok-svelte-boilerplate - Code of the tutorial: Add a headless CMS with live preview to Svelte and Sapper in 5 minutes

sveltekit-starter - Sveltekit starter project created with sveltekit, typescript, tailwindcss, postcss, husky, and storybook. The project has the structure set up for the scaleable web application.

lighthouse - Automated auditing, performance metrics, and best practices for the web.

sveltekit-isr-cloudflare-workers - Incremental static regeneration for SvelteKit on Cloudflare Workers

svelte-material-ui - Svelte Material UI Components

sveltekit-image-plugin - SvelteKit demo code for using vite-imagetools to add cached, responsive, Next-Gen images to a SvelteKit site with no cumulative layout shift.

svelte-steps - 🐾 A step component for svelte

svelte-file-dropzone - Svelte component for fileupload

opengraph - A python module to parse the Open Graph Protocol

svelte-commerce - Svelte ecommerce - Headless, Authentication, Cart & Checkout, TailwindCSS, Server Rendered, Proxy + API Integrated, Animations, Stores, Lazy Loading, Loading Indicators, Carousel, Instant Search, Faceted Filters, Typescript, Open Source, MIT license. 1 command deploy to your own server, 1 click deploy to netlify.