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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.
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).
Start with Typescript, TailwindCSS, Nuxt, Netlify Forms & Netlify CMS, includes pagination, seo & pwa ready.
A Cecil boilerplate for creating a blog site backed with Netlify CMS for content authoring.
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
This project template includes a simple blog structure using Eleventy, It demonstrates how to collect pages into blog posts and provide a tagging structure.
A template for building a simple blog website with the Eleventy static site generator and deploying it to Netlify. Includes Netlify CMS for content editing.
This template provides sample pages, blog posts, tag support and a working contact form powered by Netlify Forms.
A starter template to build completely static websites with Ghost & Eleventy.
This project template includes a simple home page and build pipeline using Eleventy, Gulp and Netlify's serverless function helper: Netlify Lambda.
A starter to launch your blazing fast personal website and a blog, Built with Gatsby and Netlify CMS. Made with ❤ by Stackrole
- A Blog and Personal website with Netlify CMS.
- Responsive Web Design
- Customize content of Homepage, About and Contact page.
- Add / Modify / Delete blog posts.
- Edit website settings, Add Google Analytics and make it your own all with in the CMS.
- SEO Optimized
- OpenGraph structured data
- Twitter Cards meta
- Beautiful XML Sitemaps
- Netlify Contact Form, Works right out of the box after deployment.
- Invite collaborators into Netlify CMS, without giving access to your Github account via Git Gateway
- For instructions, take a look at readme.md at Github repo.
- Gatsby Incremental Builds with Netlify.
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 starter project for using Gatsby to build a blog site backed with Netlify CMS for content authoring.
This example is the Kaldi coffee company template (adapted from One Click Hugo CMS).
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.
A static site generator which uses React and provides both pre-rendering and client-side hydration. Some interesting bonuses included such as easy service worker support and GraphQL built in for providing templates with their data.
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 creating an eCommerce site using Moltin eCommerce Api and stripe payment gateway.
A starter template to build lightning fast websites with Ghost & Gatsby.
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.
A Hugo boilerplate for creating a blog site backed with NetlifyCMS for content authoring.
A Hugo boilerplate for creating a blog site backed with NetlifyCMS for content authoring and Netlify Identity for CMS user authentication.
A boilerplate for creating a blog site with Hyde (a static site generator written in Python) and with Netlify CMS for content authoring.
Publish flaring fast blogs with Gatsby and Ghost.
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.
Alembic is a starting point for Jekyll projects, giving all sorts of bells and whistles but with reduced complexity. This is a starter kit for you to deploy a Jekyll site immediately to Netlify.
Garth is a stupidly simple theme for Jekyll. This is a starter kit for you to deploy a Jekyll blog immediately to Netlify.
A simple Jekyll boilerplate for creating a fast, static website on Netlify with a continuous deployment workflow and Netlify CMS for content editing.
This template provides sample pages, blog posts and a working contact form powered by Netlify Forms.
A simple Middleman starter for creating a fast static website, with Netlify CMS for content authoring.
A customizable blog starter using:
- Next.js v12
- Tailwind v3.0
- Built-in MDX v1 support
- Includes modern design with dark & light themes
Nextjs Starter for Blog
🚀 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.
You can also check our Nextjs Themes or if you want to see all our React Themes. You can see all our other premium themes using other static static generator like Eleventyjs.
- 🎈 Syntax Highlighting with Prism.js
- 🤖 SEO metadata and Open Graph tags
- ⚙️ JSON-LD for richer indexing
- 📖 Pagination
- 🌈 Include a FREE minimalist blog theme
- ⬇️ Markdown
- 💯 Maximize lighthouse score
Developer experience first:
- 🔥 Next.js for Static Site Generator
- 🎨 Integrate with Tailwind CSS
- 💅 PostCSS for processing Tailwind CSS
- 🎉 Type checking TypeScript
- ✏️ Linter with ESLint
- 🛠 Code Formatter with Prettier
- 🦊 SEO metadata, JSON-LD and Open Graph tags with Next SEO
Built-in feature from Next.js:
- ☕ Minify HTML & CSS
- 💨 Live reload
- ✅ Cache busting
- Minimal code
- 🚀 Production-ready
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.
Bael runs using Nuxt.js, Vue.js, Netlify CMS, and is hosted by Netlify.
A free Sendgrid account and API key is needed to setup the newsletter signup feature.
Made by jake101
A super unopinionated starter project, built off the
create-nuxt-app CLI tool, and leveraging Netlify CMS to generate content in the Nuxt API from flat files.
A simple Vue.js template for creating a fast, beautiful blog on Netlify powerd by the Cosmic JS Headless CMS for content editing.
What happens when you click 'Deploy to Netlify'?
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.