Following you will find tutorials. Most of them have short step to step instructions. I am trying to illustrate all steps with screenshots. Sometimes the same subject is also presented as slide. There is an extra section with files they are just full-screen slides and nothing else. If there is a slide show availabe, then here in this section you will find them integrated in the article.
The tutorial explains how to use Zotero to produce and embed bibliographic metadata into your web page. An annotated screenshot illustrates each of the 14 simple steps.
This post explains how to integrate Disqus as a discussion forum for your website. It is not a thing you can do directly applying the Hugo documentation because there is a faulty template to change.
In this fourth part of the tutorial I will explain a method how to bring your website online. My preferred method is to transfer the files via GitHub to Netlify, a service specialized for quickly rolling out static websites.
In part 3 I will show the necessary steps to get a live preview of the website.
In part 2 we will create a GitHub repository and link it to our local repository, which we have created in part 1 of this tutorial.
Part 1 of this tutorial explains how to install a Hugo theme on top of R, RStudio and blogdown. For this demonstration I will use the new (preview) version of RStudio as it facilitates the installation of Hugo and a theme.
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