Hide a Page in Hugo
Option 1: Draft The simplest way to hide a page when using Hugo is probably to set the post as a draft. This way, you still have the content ready to go for when you need it. To hide a page by setting it as draft, so our drafts page: Set Post as Draft Tutorial Option 2: Hide from Posts List You still want the page to be visible, but you don’t want to show it your blog posts list?
Show Related Posts in Hugo
Hugo is a great tool for blogging, creating quick and automated posts. As part of a blog, you will sometimes want to show related articles and posts to the one you’re reading. This is what this post sets out to achieve. We can make this in Hugo easily if we are using it’s tags structure. With this in mind, you’ll need to be listing tags within your markdown for this to work.
Thumbnail Images on your Hugo Blog Posts
Hugo now has the ability to do image resizing, cropping, quality-changing, etc (hooray!) - so how do we use it? In this post we take a look at how to resize images automatically using Hugo. There’s a few different ways to achieve this, depending on what you’re trying to do. In a Theme - “I want to make thumbnails!” You might run a blog, which on the home page has a list of your blog posts.
Shorten your Summary: The 2 Methods
If you are anything like me and blog about code a lot, you will sometimes want to start with a short paragraph, then straight into some code. Like this: 1 echo "Hello World" Problem: But if you do this, then the .Summary data on your list will look like this (notice the line number and code in it): When perhaps you would like it to look like this (free of code):