Documentation of the Static Site Generator (SSG)
Design of the Static Site Generator (SSG) daino. (pdf)
The programs to generate a web site available in 2018 did not satisfy my expectations but I felt that most of the tools required where available. Thus I embarked on building Yet Another Static Site Generator with the distinct properties:
- includes an searchable index to my publications for download which
is produced from a
- produces for all web pages a printable
- deals reasonably with a homepage using multiple languages (in my
case american englishtechnically
and swiss-style germanaka
de_CHmeaning not to use
ssin stead of
- follows the page layout promoted by Edward Tufte,
- adapts to varying screen sizes using the
It is written in Haskell und uses as much as possible well tested tools, e.g.
Directories with more related texts:
Introduction to the Static Site Generator (SSG)
Starts with the design goals and a review of the rationale for a web site content manager. It then covers installation and the instructions to adapt the program to serve your own homepage!
Rationale for the SSG
Observations during testing of other static site generators available a few years ago lead to a set of goals for my own.
The use of daino, a Static Site Generator (SSG)
Design of a Static Site Generator (SSG).