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A starter template to build completely static websites with Ghost & Eleventy.
A starter template to build lightning fast websites with Ghost & Gatsby.
A socially aware Hugo blog starter kit, with Modular CSS Gulp workflow, for frontend developers.
Publish your RSS feeds to your social networks, all blog and status posts marked up with microformats to display post previews.
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.
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
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.