How to Deploy a Static Site using Hugo Linode Tutorial with TechHut
Hugo is written in Go and is known for being extremely fast to compile sites, even very large ones. It is well-supported, well-documented, and has an active community. In this video, @TechHut will show you how to host your own Hugo site.
0:26 What is Hugo?
1:40 Installing Hugo
4:40 Creating a New Site in Hugo
5:45 Using Themes in Hugo
7:36 Opening a Default Config File
8:25 Previewing our Site
9:35 View a Posts Source
11:40 Create Static Files
12:29 Install and Configure Apache
17:07 Configure Firewall
20:50 Deploy Website
23:11 Make Changes & Re-Publish
24:33 Install a SSL Certificate
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