This is a post written after I’ve “fought” gitlab and render to see if my “workflow” works or not, it should only be on the new website, and not on the old one.
If I write a post now, but with a creation date in the future, what does Hugo do? ( and yes, I should probably have just read the documentation instead, this is a test site though… )
This is my first post, to a test blog, which I’ll undoubtedly try to upload somewhere. For this one I’m using the theme Minos from https://themes.gohugo.io/hugo-theme-minos/. The phrase “A simple and retro styled theme, concentrated more on your ideas.” caught my eye, but I’m not sure about Google Analytics.
This is a test post where I’ll be testing bespoke sidenotes. While we’re here, let’s try a standard sidenote. Cosimo de Medici Did that render ok? So, what do they look like? Here's an example right sidenote. [note: This is this example note's CONTENT FOR THE RIGHT sidenote. ] If you’re on a mobile device, the content is hidden by default: there’s no “side” on which the note fits.
This is the second post. Written in vim, with no markdown, I just want to see what it looks like.
This is the title. This is the first paragraph where I’m typing out some ideas. This is the second paragraph. This is also a header. I am manually putting more hashes in front of all the subheadings. This has four hashes. This has five hashes. Six hashes is the limit. This is some code. In the right format for code. Because At some point I need to write code In the retext editor, the code wasn’t shown properly, we’ll see what hugo does…
fourth post - written using another markdown editor
This is the fourth post. I need to write something that automatically sorted out categories and the date and puts that all into the header, but I bet someone has written a plugin for that already. second level heading This is a bulleted list third level heading this is a numbered list second level heading again this is some "code" in "code" which has multiple lines, which I hope works this is some more code in “blockquote”