Wrapping Up

As you’ve seen in this chapter, there are many ways to deploy your Hugo site to production, and the method you choose depends on your specific situation. Deploying to Netlify is a great way to get a personal site online quickly, while deploying to your own web server might be the only option you have for your company docs site.

You’ve used Hugo to build a small, but feature-packed personal site. You’ve created your own theme from scratch; added content sections; served your content as JSON and RSS; consumed data from other sources; built a blog with comments; managed images, CSS, and scripts; added a search feature; and explored several ways to deploy your Hugo site to production and share it with the world. With this foundation, ...

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