Use custom domain name with Blog-O-Matic

As a recipe, if you want to enable a custom domain name on blog-o-matic a special file needs to be created on the ‘GitHub Pages’ served ‘master’ branch. In order to do so, edit and add the following differences: diff --git a/ b/ index 680abcb..fc3dd8f 100644 --- a/ +++ b/ @@ -46,13 +46,16 @@ AMAZON_ONELINK = "b63a2115-85f7-43a9-b169-5f4c8c275655" # Extra files customization -EXTRA_PATH_METADATA = {} +EXTRA_PATH_METADATA = { + 'extra/CNAME': {'path': 'CNAME'}, +} + EXTRA_TEMPLATES_PATHS = [ "plugins/revealmd/templates", # eg: "plugins/revealmd/templates" ] -STATIC_PATHS = [ 'images' ] +STATIC_PATHS = [ 'images' , 'extra'] ## ONLY TOUCH IF YOU KNOW WHAT YOU'RE DOING!...

May 16, 2019 · 1 min · Pablo Iranzo Gómez

Blog-o-Matic - quickly get a GitHub hosted blog with Pelican, Elegant with little setup steps.

Introduction I’ve already covered some articles about automation with Travis-CI, GitHub, and one step that seems a show-stopper for many users when trying to build a website is on one side, the investment (domain, hosting, etc), the backend being used (WordPress, static generators, etc)… While preparing a talk for a group of co-workers covering several of those aspects, I came with the idea to create Blog-o-Matic, implementing many of those ’learnings’ in a ‘canned’ way that can be easy to consume by users....

January 9, 2019 · 1 min · Pablo Iranzo Gómez
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