Hugo Ananke blog theme: A perfect starting point for Hugo templating
What theme is the Hugo Ananke theme?
Hugo Ananke blog theme is a showcase of Hugo best practises. For example how to work with meta data, google analytics, pagination, taxonomies, Hugo menu, multi-language and more. If you are new to Hugo and you want to learn more about templates, this is a very good starting point.
Ananke theme content structure
The Ananke theme out-of-the-box has four single pages that can be edited. It has a a number of articles (posts) and image in the static folder. And like almost all Hugo sites, it has parameters in the config to manage general settings for the whole site.
The homepage show a standard banner with title, subtitle(description) and image. The markdown content is used for a welcome text. Below this, the home shows the 3 most recent articles with links to a couple of other recent articles. Also there is a button to show all articles.
When all articles is clicked, you go to the articles listpage. The articles listpage has another banner with image and title, and a decriptive text as entered in the markdown content. Below the header banner a paginated and tiled list of articles is shown.
Ananke has a contact page with banner on the top, a desciptive text from the markdown content and a contact form with 3 fields.
The about page has a banner and below the markdown content, like all other pages.
The post page has more features than other pages. It has social sharing buttons, a date a header title and tags to filter on taxonomies.