Commit 23e5a62d authored by chrissi^'s avatar chrissi^


Signed-off-by: chrissi^'s avatarChris Fiege <>
parent b382a60b
How to use a flamingo-based website?
You will need at least Python 3.5.3 to run the live-server.
Writing Content
To write new content create a new file in `content/`.
If there is already a file that looks simliar to what you want
to do (e.g. write a blog post) just copy it.
If you want to manipulate existing content:
Take a look into the generated HTML. Between `</head>` and `<body>` is
a section containing some information about the file.
Find the file listed in `path` inside the `context/`-directory and
just edit the file ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
Go into the base path of the project (that is where is `Makefile` is)
and type:
make server
Open your webbroser and navigate to http://localhost:8080/live-server .
A page in the live-server will reload every time to change the input.
Be aware that sometimes menus are broken in the preview.
If you want your changes to be reviewed by someone else you can push
your changed to a branch namend `testbed`.
Be aware that this branch may be overridden by others.
Always keep your changes in a personalized topic branch, e.g. `chrissi/blog`.
Your preview will be availalble at
Push your changes to `master` and wait for the pipeline to finish
......@@ -15,6 +15,14 @@
<link href="/css/small-business.css" rel="stylesheet">
<link href="/css/font-awesome.min.css" rel="stylesheet">
Generated with flamingo.
This page was generated with this context-information:
url: {{ content.url }}
output: {{ content.output }}
template: {{ content.template }}
path: {{ content.path }} (look out for this file if you want to change this page)
<nav class="navbar navbar-default navbar-fixed-top" role="navigation">
<div class="container">
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