Artisan Static is a starter template for building a static Jigsaw blog hosted on Netlify.
This comes with code highlighting, share buttons, comments, analytics, an RSS feed, a contact form, a CMS and more.
Atlantic is a Jekyll Tailwind CSS theme. It shows best practices for using Tailwind with Jekyll.
Awake is a Nuxt.js template for generating a beautifully robust static site with blog. It comes with support for site search, newsletter sign-up via mailchimp, comments via disqus and more. It's built with performance in mind (auto image resizing, lazy loading, and more).
Example Gatsby, BigCommerce and Netlify CMS project meant to jump start Jamstack ecommerce sites.
Through the use of Netlify Functions, supports a built-in cart and checkout flow (with 50+ payment gateways / methods, advanced tax and shipping providers, etc) that uses the BigCommerce APIs to provide a complete end-to-end shopper experience, without the need for a complex backend or middleware.
Note: Requires a BigCommerce store, which you can get a free trial of via bigcommerce.com, which includes API access, if you don't already have an account. There is also an optional partner program which includes a sandbox account to play around in.
A fully-fledged and customizable Jamstack eCommerce storefront built using Next.js as a frontend, Chec and Commerce.js as the eCommerce backend with production-ready deployment to Netlify.
Being an API-first eCommerce platform, Chec/Commerce.js helps businesses to freely decouple and tool their websites. This template comes built with marketing pages, a product listing page, single product display pages, cart and checkout functionalities, and an order confirmation page.
Note: You will need to sign up for a Chec account at commercejs.com which includes the API access. Please follow the guide in the github repo to configure your inital setup.
A multi-country ecommerce starter that features the sanity studio built with Commerce Layer, Next.js, and deployed to Netlify. The starter comes with an ecommerce storefront built with Nextjs, Commerce Layer react components library, and Tailwind CSS alongside international shopping capabilities powered by Commerce Layer APIs. You also get a micro CLI seeder to import Commerce Layer data, structured content on Sanity CMS, localization support, and deployment configuration to Netlify.
Delog is developed for professional bloggers and web designers to build a website that has a lightning-fast navigation speed. Simply follow the steps given in the ‘Read Me’ document and your website all set with CMS and Contact form. With bacsic knowledge of CSS/SCSS you can also change the color scheme to match your style
🌱 Publish a Dendron Workspace to Netlify! ⚡️ Made with Dendron, which uses
Next.js to build a static website out of your notes, documentation, and/or blog content written with an extended Markdown.
If you have been experimenting with different approaches to Personal Knowledge Management (PKM), then Dendron may be the tool you've been looking for.
This project is a minimal setup template for publishing a Dendron Workspace to Netlify.
Directions on how to use this template are mentioned in:
For a more detailed understanding of how Dendron publishing works, and what's going on behind the scenes, reference:
Dendron is an open-source, local-first, markdown-based, note-taking tool built on top of VSCode. Like most such tools, Dendron supports all the usual features you would expect like tagging, backlinks, a graph view, split panes, and so forth. But it doesn't stop there - whereas most tools (try to make it) easy to get notes in, they tend to make it hard to get them back out later, and it only gets worse as you add more notes. Dendron helps you get notes back out and works better the more notes you have.
Kevin Lin originally created Dendron because he'd accumulated over 20k notes on programming and various other topics and couldn't find a tool that would let him easily add and find notes from within his knowledge base.
Traditional note-taking tools are often too rigid by having an in-flexible hierarchy that doesn't let you file a note in multiple places. Newer tools are too flexible by eschewing hierarchies altogether in favour of relying solely on backlinks.
Dendron finds the usable center between the two extremes by supporting backlinks of any two arbitrary notes while also maintaining a canonical hierarchy for every note. We do this through our hierarchal first approach to note taking that relies on the combination of hierarchies, schemas, and path based lookups.
With Dendron, you can create, find, and collaborate on information that matters to you.
You can find a demo on CreativeDesignsGuru
Production-ready in mind:
A starter to launch your blazing fast personal website and a blog, Built with Gatsby and Netlify CMS. Made with ❤ by Stackrole
A Gatsby boilerplate for creating a blog backed with Netlify CMS for content authoring.
A live version of the blog is available at GEEK.SG.
Production-ready in mind:
A fully customizable blog template designed for developers (or anyone else) wanting to get into blogging. Easy to edit, customize and extended. The blog is completely statically generated via GatsbyJS, comes with syntax highlighting (via PrismJS) out of the box, and has server-side rendering built-in, among other things.
Static sites are scalable, secure and have very little required maintenance. They come with a drawback though. Not everybody feels good editing files, building a project and uploading it somewhere. With Contentful and Gatsby you can connect your favorite static site generator with an API that provides an easy to use interface for people writing content and automate the publishing using services like Travis CI or Netlify.
A GatsbyJS starter focused on typography & minimalistic style. Write your blogposts in markdown and easily customize the look of the site. The blog has features like categories, PrismJS highlighting and previous/next notes. Because of the offline support, WebApp Manifest and extensive SEO the blog is a fully fledged PWA.
With minimal styling and maximum features — including multiple homepage layouts, built-in social sharing and dark mode — Novela makes it easy to start publishing beautiful articles and stories with Hugo and Forestry.
Novela is built by the team at Narative, and built for everyone that loves the web.
The ultimate static generated documentation theme for the Jamstack. Highly customizable, based on Gridsome, ready to deploy to Netlify in one click. Jamdocs is optimized to be as fast as possible, right now generating 100/100/100/100 score in Google Lighthouse. And 100/100 score in Google Page Speed Insights.
This starter template is for professional publishers who are looking for a fully functional front-end with infinite-scroll, flexible routing, multi-language support and a rich plugin eco-system. It's built with performance in mind (auto image resizing, lazy loading with gatsby-image, and more) and comes with support for newsletter sign-up, easy comments integration and more. This starter features support for incremental builds thereby delivering the fastest build times ever seen.
This starter app combines the powers of PlanetScale’s serverless databases with Prisma’s next-gen ORM and NextAuth.js for authentication to create a Next.js starter app that can scale with you. In this starter app, any users that sign up or log in are automatically stored in your PlanetScale database. There is also a built-in admin page, where you can see your users table without having to write database queries.
Note: After you deploy to Netlify, you will need to follow the instructions in the documentation to get your PlanetScale database up and running.
The ultimate starter for visual page building with Next.js. Just create a Plasmic project, and start visually building your Next.js pages.
Demo live at: https://plasmic-nextjs-starter.netlify.app
The ultimate starter for headless Shopify stores.
Demo live at: https://builder-io-shopify.netlify.app/
🚀 Nextjs Starter is boilerplate code for your blog based on Next.js framework. ⚡️ Made with Next.js, TypeScript, ESLint, Prettier, PostCSS, Tailwind CSS.
You can find a Nextjs Starter demo.
Developer experience first:
Built-in feature from Next.js:
Bael is a free template that gives you an easy way to start a blog that uses modern technologies like static-site Jamstack architecture, CSS grid layout, responsive design, a serverless function that handles emails newsletter signup with Sendgrid, and fuzzy search — all wrapped up in a brutalist aesthetic.
A free Sendgrid account and API key is needed to setup the newsletter signup feature.
Made by jake101
Platframe's default (responsive) starter template takes the form of a landing page that can be personalized in a jiffy, or be extensively adapted to suit variable project scopes.
Multipage sites are well-supported with a growth-proof, scalable architecture. The template allows for granular control, and is powered by an extensible, feature-rich build-system.
Roxo is a digital agency theme for creative agencies, freelancers, graphic designers, photographers. Can be used for any kind of corporate websites who provides digital services with many expertise such as Design, Digital Products, Development, Campaign & Content, Employer Branding, Animation & Motion Graphics ,Packaging & Product Design, Retail & Spacial, Print & Editorial Design, Concept/Text, Information Design etc. Roxo ’s contact form is supported Formspree.
Add the repository into your Eleventy Project repository by
git clone https://github.com/StaticMania/roxo-eleventy.git
Install npm dependencies by
Build and run project by
npx run dev and see the result at
This Repository is licensed under the MIT License
Need help to build Eleventy websites with your custom requirements. Feel free to contact with us.
Serif is a modern business theme for Hugo. It contains multiple content types and pages. The theme is fully responsive, blazing fast and artfully illustrated.
Serif is a modern business theme for Jekyll. It contains multiple content types for a typical business website. The theme is fully responsive, blazing fast and artfully illustrated.
Hugo Winston is a bold minimal blogging theme.
Once you click the Deploy to Netlify button you’ll be dropped into a simple signup workflow. Connect your Git repository and hit save, and Netlify will deploy the site to a global content delivery network. You’ll receive a link to your live site’s URL.