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J. AttardiUsing Gatsby and Netlify CMShttps://doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4842-6297-9_9

9. Adding More Content

Joe Attardi1 
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Billerica, MA, USA
 
The index page currently has a hard-coded hero image and tagline, as shown in Figure 9-1.
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Figure 9-1. The current index page

In this chapter, we’ll make this content configurable through the CMS application.

The contentKey field

As we’ve seen earlier, Netlify CMS stores all its data in Markdown files. We will configure some new content for the index page that will be stored in a Markdown file. There’s a slight problem, however. In gatsby-node.js we are querying for all the Markdown files to generate ...

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