Issue 26 - 2024 BOOM! Alpha-4 arrives...search this blog...a beautiful resume starter...And 1 release, 18 posts, and 8 sites to see.
Jan 8, 2024
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2024 is off to a booming start with 18 new posts since the last issue. We're closing in on 900 posts in the Bundle.
I've started using Inoreader as my feed reader and it has some features that make it a lot easier to scour my eleventy billion feeds to find new Eleventy-related content. It's not free, but I was able to take advantage of a year-end promo they had going to get the first year at a discount.
Zach has cranked out the alpha.4 release of Eleventy 3.0.
Last week, I added search (now on every page) search functionality to this blog along with Robb Knight's post-graph plugin to see the frequency of these posts. Like I did with my personal site, I used pagefind, an awesome plugin from Liam Bigelow at Cloud Cannon. If you've got a blog, you should consider adding search...especially if it has enough posts that require pagination. It's incredibly simple and lightweight. And you can find a bunch of posts right here on this site that show how others have done it.
I don't come across a lot of new starters. But last week, I found a really nice one for building a resume page. Here's the repo. Better yet, here's the demo and the post about it. The author, Gurpreet Singh also joins the list with his own site, now built with Eleventy.
Until next time...
A simpler site generator. Transforms a directory of templates (of varying types) into HTML. -...
Jan 2, 2024
Posts from around the web since the last Bundle issue
Chris McLeod is a software developer with over 20 years of experience. Sometimes he writes about it.
Chris McLeod · Jan 7, 2024
A brief explanation of the way I built the "Right now" box on my homepage.
Martin Gunnarsson · Jan 7, 2024
Dipesh Kumar · Jan 7, 2024
A list of plugins that I have written for the eleventy static site generator.
Simon Dann · Jan 5, 2024
Despite searching the internet, I couldn't find a quick starter for my online resume project, not even on the official 11ty start page. Consequently, I decided to invest some time in creating one and making it available as a starter project for a broader audience.
Gurpreet Singh · Jan 5, 2024
I design and build websites, web applications, and data visualizations. I’ve been known to play fiddle from time to time and board games.
Evan Sheehan · Jan 5, 2024
This article is about: How I created a complete RSS-Feed
David Moll · Jan 5, 2024
Tim Klapdor · Jan 5, 2024
I am continuing to catch up with the technical basics for a modern‐day website. This time I add minification and compression to my 11ty build and the Caddy configuration.
Tobias Fedder · Jan 5, 2024
Step-by-step guide for a deployment of your 11ty blog using rsync, npm deploy scripts and optimization for an efficient workflow.
Moritz Giessmann · Jan 4, 2024
When I launched this site a few days ago I posted that I'd settled on Kirby as my CMS of choice. This wasn't exactly a spur of the moment thing, it's a system I've been dabbling with for quite a while.
Steve Abraham · Jan 4, 2024
The online journal of Ashur Cabrera.
Ashur Cabrera · Dec 31, 2023
From running my website for myself on my machine to hosting it publicly for everyone.
Tobias Fedder · Dec 30, 2023
From 0 to minimal blog using 11ty. I tell you the steps I took to create the minimal technical basis for this website's content.
Tobias Fedder · Dec 23, 2023
Blog and general digital garden of the full stack programmer Simon Dann.
Simon Dann · Dec 20, 2023
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Steve Abraham accidentally spent twelve years as a web developer before returning to his roots. He...
I am a postdoc currently living and working in Michigan; exploring the regulation of photosynthesis.
Blog about front end development, accessibility, and everything else.