Static Website Generator

Veritatem Ignotam veritatem.ignotam at gmail.com
Sat Nov 16 17:43:01 CET 2013


I'll second Nikola (full disclosure: not affiliated)

It's easy to get started and the documentation is pretty good. Mako (the 
themeing language) is good to know as it, or something extremely 
similar, is used elsewhere. And Nikola is python!

I found the tutorial at http://shisaa.jp/postset/nikola-web.html to be 
quite helpful my first time but it seems to be down at the moment

Another generator I've used and found quite good is Hakyll. Designed 
after Jakyll but in Haskell instead. My Haskell isn't great however so 
if I needed to add some new functionality it would often take a long 
time (which isn't always ideal)

V.I.

On 11/16/2013 11:00 AM, Chris "Kwpolska" Warrick wrote:
>
> On Nov 16, 2013 3:45 PM, "Silvio Siefke" <siefke_listen at web.de 
> <mailto:siefke_listen at web.de>> wrote:
> >
> > Hello,
> >
> > i want try a static Website Generator. Has someone an advice for a 
> simple
> > and easy System to use? I want run my blog with it, so the system should
> > run with my design of Website.
> >
> > I has try Pelican, but its i dont know that themeing make me crazy.
>
> I love (full disclosure: and co-develop) Nikola --- http://getnikola.com/
>
> Theming Nikola is not hard, takes a few minutes tops.
>
>
>

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