Eleventy Notes

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Eleventy Notes

A template for Eleventy to publish your personal notes or docs.

Overview

Eleventy Notes is a beta version template designed for publishing personal notes, documentation, or blogs. It is built using Eleventy, a static site generator. Users are encouraged to report bugs or provide suggestions by opening an issue.

Features

  • Wikilinks and backlinks: Users can navigate between related notes easily.
  • Support for Tags: Organize and categorize notes with tags.
  • Fast client-side search: Quickly search for specific content within the site.
  • Two Themes and multiple color schemes: Choose from different themes and color schemes to customize the look of the site.
  • Customizable Sidebar with folder support: Customize the sidebar to display folders and categories.
  • Lightweight and fast: The template has minimal JavaScript, ensuring a fast and efficient browsing experience.

Installation

To install the Eleventy Notes template, follow these steps:

  1. Clone the repository:

    git clone [repository-url]
    
  2. Navigate to the cloned directory:

    cd [directory-name]
    
  3. Install the dependencies:

    npm install
    
  4. Build the site:

    npm run build
    
  5. Start the local server:

    npm run serve
    
  6. Open a web browser and visit http://localhost:8080/ to see the Eleventy Notes template in action.

Summary

Eleventy Notes is a beta version template built using Eleventy, a static site generator. It allows users to publish their personal notes, documentation, or blogs. The template offers several features such as wikilinks, support for tags, a fast client-side search, customizable themes and sidebar, as well as being lightweight and fast. Installation is straightforward, and users can see the template in action by visiting the provided documentation.

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