In this root folder you will find a file called
configure.toml open this file in any text editor or IDE.
If your theme is not launched in your localhost, then check the
theme name is correct in configure.toml file. Then run
hugo server command again.
- At the very top you will see a
baseURLfield for your site URL. Add your sites URL here.
languageCode- define your global site language. This setting is independent from the i18n-setup you might add later on.
titleis for your site’s title.
themesets up the used theme. If your theme is located in
/themes/themenamethen the value for this parameter is
If you use theme components you can change this parameter to the following format:
themes = ["theme1", "theme2", "themename"]
Make sure, that your theme is the last item in this list. Hugo will load these themes and module from the left and files with identical names will be overwritten subsequently.
You can add third party plugins from here very easily, We create a loop for plugins, you will see two plugins loop here, first one is for
css and last one is for
js. just copy a loop item that you need and paste it in the bottom of the loop. and link correctly, after added a plugins, you maybe need to close the hugo server and run it again for rendered correctly.
Logofield is for your site logo, you can set a default logo for your site, just give here the logo directory.
- Home is for home in your navigation.
descriptionfield is for your default meta description, it will show on your homepage and other page that have not any meta description on this page front-matter.
authoris for site author name.
googleAnalitycsIDis for turn on google analytics on your site, give your won analytics ID here.
mailchimp subscription formis for user subscription, give your won subscription form action url in
mailchimpFormActionfield, and your form name in
preloaderis for site preloader, it’s default value is true, but if you don’t want it, you can