Describes how I make this blog and about the used theme.
When you run
the static web-site generator Hugo creates a local server that you can use to fine-tune your pages. Hugo sits and watches your content and layout directory for any changes. Whenever a file changes, it re-renders the pages and even tells your browser to live-relead the pages.
Except that it doesn’t work with Emacs. But there’s a cure.
If you want …
- export one
.orgfile as one web page, look at Giles Paterson solution
- export just a subtree of an org-file (e.g. from your org-based Emacs configuration), then look here.
Almost any site describing how to use the static web site generator Hugo uses some complicated method to get the contents publish.