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  • Ask HN: Care to share your personal site? | 2021-09-17
    I write my books in markdown and convert to pdf/epub/web using pandoc and mdbook. I find markdown easier to work with and I don't know much about web development. So, I use Zola ( for my blog ( It is a static site generator, clone a theme you like and start writing posts in markdown.
  • RIP Jekyll (The Genesis of the Jamstack) | 2021-09-13
    I loved Jekyll, and still do. This is a sad state, and I hope both that it improves and Jekyll survives.

    I switched to Zola for most of my stuff a while back, and while there are still gaps, it does everything I need and is production ready.

  • How do I clear the existing instance of stdin.read_line? | 2021-08-07
  • Personal infomation page - Suggestions?
    You can try something like zola. Although it is useful for blogs mostly, you can use it for a static portfolio as well.
  • Tutorial series on Zola - static site generator | 2021-07-19
    We ( me & u/navinkarkera ) have created a YouTube video series on Zola - static site generator.
  • Please help to finish my first ebuild (Rust, static site generator Zola) | 2021-06-08
    DESCRIPTION="A static site generator in a single binary, written in Rust; simpler than Hugo" HOMEPAGE="" | 2021-06-08
    EGIT_REPO_URI="" LICENSE="MIT" | 2021-06-08
    Related issue.
  • Static site generators to watch in 2021 | 2021-06-07
    >And I like Hugo because of that “it’s just a binary” bit. There’s no dependency hell.

    I had that issue with Jekyll, I just couldn't get the set up to work on my system (to be fair, I gave up easily instead of asking for help).

    When I came across Zola (, I was immediately drawn by the single binary aspect. | 2021-06-07
    No you're absolutely right -- these are all headless CMSes, I did not actually complete the JAMstack, only the wrong piece -- I don't know what I was thinking, don't know what made me zoom in on CMSes so much, guess I think of them as more important than the front-end in a JAMstack.

    As recompense, some lesser known options for the frontend part of the JAMstack that weren't mentioned in the original post:



    - | 2021-06-07
  • Format Rust/Zola Tera-formatted html (which nvim identifies as `htmldjango`) with ALE or LSP? | 2021-06-03
    Hi I'm trying to use Zola, a Rust SSG which uses Tera-formatted html, which nvim identifies as htmldjango.
  • Ask HN: What are some tools / libraries you built yourself? | 2021-05-16
    I've made a few things:

    - Zola ( a SSG that works like I wanted and had a template engine close to Jinja2. I was using Hugo at the time but can't stand Golang template engine (imagine my sadness recently when I realised what Helm Charts are using...)

  • Our website is hosted through Google (embarrassing). We have the domain name. We want to switch to a different host. But we barely have two nickles to rub together. Explanation in body.
    If your partner doesn't mind editing the code for the website himself, hosting a static site on somewhere like Netlify or Cloudflare Pages will be completely free for simple sites (they generally charge on traffic to the site, and number of changes per month). Netlify have a basic contact form bundled in as well. The downside to this system is you have to build the site yourself, but many static site generators like Hugo and Zola have templates made for them that could get you started. This won't cover emails, but would be totally free for web hosting.
  • Does Rust have any ongoing content management system? | 2021-03-29
    Does Zola work? I've been using it and I've liked it quite a lot. It's written in Rust, although it doesn't really make much of a difference unless you clone it and modify it.


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