Learn how to get started with the Hugo icons module.
Pluggable and UI less Hugo modules framework, which defines several functions and partials to load and render Hugo modules automatically. The main advantage is that once the theme support HugoPress, their users have the ability to install the modules without requesting new features to the theme.
The Hugo icons module generates inline SVG icons.
This article describes the up-to-date Hugo docker images, and offer some examples show how to develop and deploy your sites with the images.
The images module process images via URL query string and fragment, such as resize, crop, fit, fill and align images. This article offers some use cases for showing how to use it.
This module adds Decap CMS support for Hugo.
This module add Plausible Analytics for Hugo and HugoPress.
This module offers support for Google Analytics. It’s built on top of Hugo internal Google Analytics template, and port it for HugoPress.
This module offers Google AdSense support for Hugo and HugoPress.
A super simple and lightweight i18n JS module for Hugo, used to render i18n stuff in JS way.
A super lightweight (less then 50 lines code) snackbar module for Hugo, used to show short messages to clients, such as results of actions.
A simple code block panel module for Hugo, which includes expand toggle, code copy button, line number toggle and wrap toggle.
This module ships with several partials for Gravatar.
This module ships with some sub modules to helps you generate SEO stuff, such as favicons, twitter cards, open graph, schema, alternatives and translations meta tags.
The details shortcode specifies additional details that the user can open and close on demand.
The guide shows how to usee the HTML shortcodes to write HTML.
This shortcode allows embedding YouKu videos into content.
This shortcode add support for the asciinema, a CLI tool records and share terminal sessions.
This shortcode allows embedding the bilibili video in your content.
The NetEase cloud music shortcode allows embedding the player in your content. Playlist, album and single song are supported.