A Gatsby starter to get you started creating educational materials using Markdown.
npm install --global gatsby-cli- make sure you're on Gatsby v2+
- See docs here if you need help
gatsby new course-website https://github.com/btholt/gatsby-course-starter
npm run dev
- Open http://localhost:8000 in your browser
The crux of this site is are the lessons. Provided are two examples. Each lesson needs a frontmattter
title. Generally you should make the
path and the file name match for ease of finding it.
path- needs a leading slash. This will be slug of the lesson
title- will be the title displayed on the Table of Contents and on the page itself
order- the order of which the item should appear in the table of contents. The first item should be of order
0. The second should be
1, etc. Must be numbered sequentially, i.e. don't skip numbers.
gatsby-config.js be sure to fill out the
siteMetadata fields, including
Azure has a free-for-open-source continuous integration platform called Azure Pipelines. This project is already set up for it with the
azure-pipelines.yml. Just add the project to Pipelines and it'll immediately correctly build the project. From there you'll have a build artifact that you can use to deploy to Azure Static Sites or GitHub Pages.
If you do want to deploy to GitHub pages, make sure you add the name of the repo to the
pathPrefix property in
gatsby-config.js so that it will correctly make all the links.
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