netlify-cms | A Git-based CMS for Static Site Generators | Content Management System library

 by   netlify JavaScript Version: netlify-cms@2.10.192 License: MIT

kandi X-RAY | netlify-cms Summary

kandi X-RAY | netlify-cms Summary

netlify-cms is a JavaScript library typically used in Web Site, Content Management System applications. netlify-cms has no bugs, it has no vulnerabilities, it has a Permissive License and it has medium support. You can install using 'npm i xr-widget-markdown' or download it from GitHub, npm.

A CMS for static site generators. Give users a simple way to edit and add content to any site built with a static site generator.

            kandi-support Support

              netlify-cms has a medium active ecosystem.
              It has 16172 star(s) with 2948 fork(s). There are 267 watchers for this library.
              It had no major release in the last 12 months.
              There are 704 open issues and 2020 have been closed. On average issues are closed in 414 days. There are 87 open pull requests and 0 closed requests.
              It has a neutral sentiment in the developer community.
              The latest version of netlify-cms is netlify-cms@2.10.192

            kandi-Quality Quality

              netlify-cms has no bugs reported.

            kandi-Security Security

              netlify-cms has no vulnerabilities reported, and its dependent libraries have no vulnerabilities reported.

            kandi-License License

              netlify-cms is licensed under the MIT License. This license is Permissive.
              Permissive licenses have the least restrictions, and you can use them in most projects.

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              netlify-cms releases are available to install and integrate.
              Deployable package is available in npm.
              Installation instructions are available. Examples and code snippets are not available.

            Top functions reviewed by kandi - BETA

            kandi has reviewed netlify-cms and discovered the below as its top functions. This is intended to give you an instant insight into netlify-cms implemented functionality, and help decide if they suit your requirements.
            • Creates a list plugin for ListItem .
            • Generate schema for documentRules .
            • Returns a config object with default schema .
            • Convert a Slate Raw node to a Slate node .
            • Reduce newly created state .
            • Creates and commands that can be used in the commands .
            • The layout page .
            • Replaces a substring with the given text .
            • Converts a raw plain text node to its equivalent representation .
            • Validate user fields
            Get all kandi verified functions for this library.

            netlify-cms Key Features

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            netlify-cms Examples and Code Snippets

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            Community Discussions


            Any attempt to access props in MDX component results in failed build, but dev works just fine
            Asked 2022-Mar-24 at 13:32

            I'm trying to get a single line of anything from passed by props to render.

            If nothing is passed or needed, then the MDX render outs. If props are passed and tried to be used, failure.

            The only thing left on this site is getting MDX to actually render on build.

            Running [Gatsby Dev] works, and the MDX file renders can use all props passed to it. Any attempt to [Gatsby Build] and it fails saying that it can't read undefined.

            I've tried wrapping the render in a MDX provider, in a conditional statement that checks for the specific props first, but nothing works. Gatsby Build pretends like there are no props being passed at all.

            POST TEMPLATE



            Answered 2022-Mar-22 at 10:25


            Building static HTML failed for path "/styles/" - Gatsby, fontawesome
            Asked 2022-Feb-03 at 12:47

            I have spent three hours trying to debug this Gatsby build error.

            It says to use a non-minified command, but gatsby develop doesn't throw any error so I'm a bit unsure on how to debug this.

            Looking online reveals very little for the /styles/ folder.

            My Netlify server also throws the same error as well as failing locally on Mac.

            Any suggestions on where to start?



            Answered 2022-Feb-03 at 12:47

            After having access to the repo (which runs on Gatsby) I found that /styles/ folder when searched was inside the /public/ folder which is generated by gatsby, this pointed me to the same error that referenced the chunk error "componentChunkName": "component---src-pages-styles-js", I then searched for this file which existed in the .cache, this file showed me the error was coming from @emotion trying to compile the src/pages/styles.js file that is used by index-old.js.

            It seemed that Gatsby was interpreting /src/pages/styles.js as a normal static page to build, but because it is returning a function that returned emotion JSX it couldn't build properly as Gatsby expects all .js files to return React JSX code.

            It turned out in this project, these files wasn't actually used anymore so simply deleting them fixed the issue. If it was used though, simply having styles.js somewhere other than the /src/pages folder would fix this. I'd recommend having a views folder where you store all pages and styling relative to it to avoid Gatsby trying to compile pages from styling.



            "gatsby develop" can't run After adjusting image data
            Asked 2022-Feb-01 at 08:54

            I'm very new Gatsbyjs user. Currently I use this template


            My nodejs version is v16.13.2

            I could "gatsby develop" but I think when I'm adjusting photo data in "page-data.json" which stored public\page-data\index I "gatsby develop" won't start

            I'm not sure what is cause but I'm sure when I add some image data into public\img and changed lines "coffee.png" in "page-data.json" this happened...

            Here is error message. Could someone teach me what part should I fix please ?



            Answered 2022-Feb-01 at 08:54

            I could "gatsby develop" but I think when I'm adjusting photo data in "page-data.json" which stored public\page-data\index I "gatsby develop" won't start

            You should never edit manually the content or the code inside the /public folder directly. Keep in mind how Gatsby works: when you run gatsby develop or gatsby build, webpack compiles and bundles everything under /src folder to create the /public one: this is autogenerated and it is rebuilt when you change anything on your /src folder. If you change anything inside the public folder manually without changing the source, it will be lost in the next compilation because the source doesn't includes the changes. So, all changes must be done in the /src folder.

            In this case, the error is rising because you changed the public folder directly so the references of the assets page-data.json have changed.

            To change the coffee.png image, you need to change the static folder. The static folder is a "special" folder that is cloned inside the public folder keeping the exact internal structure. As the name suggests, is very useful to use for static assets (the ones that rarely change).

            Once you change the coffe.png image for your desired one, you just need to change the references of coffee.png to the new one (unless they are called the same).

            That said, this kind of static change may force you to reload the gatsby develop (stop and rerun) process to see the changes. If the image still without changing, clean the cache by running gatsby clean before rerunning the gatsby develop command.



            adding nonce to script tag for 3rd party code that breaks 'unsafe-eval'
            Asked 2021-Dec-02 at 20:48

            We are using netlify-cms that unfortunately emits code that break CONTENT-SECURITY-POLICY 'unsafe-eval'.

            I have tried adding nonce attributes to all the script tags using nginx sub_filter:



            Answered 2021-Dec-02 at 20:48

            By using 'nonce-value' you can get rid of 'unsafe-inline' only, but not of 'unsafe-eval'.

            'unsafe-eval' in Netlify is required to compile JSON to JS code, but you can get rid of 'unsafe-eval' too. Just update ajv-json-loader to use AJV 7 and Standalone mode and configure webpack config to use the updated loader. See nitty-gritty here.



            Gatsby Image with Netlify CMSField "thumbnail" must not have a selection since type "String" has no subfields
            Asked 2021-Nov-03 at 04:45

            since today I am facing a problem and I don't know how I can solve it. I am kind of new in terms of React and Gatsby. What happened, currently I am working on a Website that runs with a Netlify CMS. In the last few days, everything just worked fine, but since today there is something strange going on. I am getting the following errormessage:



            Answered 2021-Jul-28 at 12:19

            This issue can have multiple solutions depending on what's causing it. Normally, what usually happens is that Gatsby can't create the thumbnail node because has an unrelated type (String) where it should be an image node because the relativity between parent-children nodes is lost somehow.

            Potential solutions:

            • Run gatsby clean: cleans the cache. Then, gatsby develop the project again.

            • Check the media_folder and public_folder in your config.yml: in your case, to me, they both looks good.

            • Use gatsby-remark-relative-images-v2 plugin: Netlify CMS doesn't fully support relative paths (yet) so in the meantime, you may need the help of that plugin. This is because the image is outside the node folder.

              After installing it. Just add it as an option of the



            Group by bursts of occurences in TimescaleDB/PostgreSQL
            Asked 2021-May-11 at 14:02

            this is my first question in stackoverflow, any advice on how to ask a well structured question will be welcomed.

            So, I have a TimescaleDB database, which is time-series databases built over Postgres. It has most of its functionalities, so if any of you don't know about Timescale it won't be an issue. I have a select statement which returns:



            Answered 2021-May-11 at 07:49

            You could use a so-called "gaps-and-islands" approach



            How to create a single Gatsby Page to show and filter all blog posts by tag/category
            Asked 2021-Feb-16 at 09:43

            Hello i'm building a blog using Gatsby and Netlify CMS. I started off from the gatsby-starter-netlify-cms template.

            I have the /blog page where i currently display all posts and also a list of all the tags. When user clicks on a tag, it is currently redirected to the tags/name-of-tag page, where a list of all posts tagged like that is displayed.

            What i want instead is to directly filter the list on the /blog page. This way i'll have only one page to display and filter blog posts by tag (and possibly by term search).

            So the tag links should redirect to /blog?tag-name or something like that. I'm not sure how to tell Gatsby to create a single page with possibility to inject a filter value in order to pass it to the page query..

            This is how /tags/ pages are created currently:



            Answered 2021-Feb-16 at 09:28

            I'm not sure how to tell Gatsby to create a single page with possibility to inject a filter value in order to pass it to the page query.

            You can't. The only way to filter data in a page query is by passing data using the context. Like you are doing in with the tags page:



            Gatsby warning on build "query takes too long"
            Asked 2021-Feb-01 at 16:49

            I am building a static website with Gatsby and Netlify CMS. The website is hosted on Netlify as well. I have a blog section and I generate a page per article from a markdown file. I have the following warning during build "query takes too long" for every article page I generate. The site builds eventually but the build time gets longer and longer the more pages I am generating so I'm afraid it will become too long when I start having too many articles in my site.

            I am generating a page for each markdown file that is being created by netlify CMS.

            Would you mind looking and the code I have in the gatsby-node file and the query I am using in my blog template file to see if I'm doing anything wrong that would explain the build time warning message ?


            Here is my development environment



            Answered 2021-Feb-01 at 16:49

            Gatsby's team is actually working on reducing the build time by adding some "cache" features. You can follow the stack trace in their releases notes, they are still in beta testing (some of them are focused mainly on gatsby develop.

            If you want to try it them to check if it improves the build-develop time, you just need to upgrade Gatsby to the latest version (^2.28) and:



            How do i use data collection with gatsby and Netlify CMS
            Asked 2021-Jan-20 at 14:37

            So ive just setup the one-click installer of Gatsby with Netlify CMS.

            Im trying to figure out how to implement a way to add staff members to the default contact page.

            in jekyllrb there was a simple collection content defined in the _config.yml that you could fetch data from.

            is there a similar way to use "custom" data collections with Gatsby? i dont want a separate page for each staff-member, just a way to loop all members to display on page and integrate with Netlify-CMS so i can ADD/UPDATE/DELETE staff-member. (i guess i want to do it in a react component called or something similar

            ive tried to add a data folder that i thought could hold a md file to fetch collections from. but im getting an error that the src/data/ file needs a template (e.g templateKey: product-page)



            Answered 2021-Jan-20 at 14:37

            there a similar way to use "custom" data collections with Gatsby?

            Sure there is. Create a /static folder at the root of your project (if you don't haven't it created yet). There create another /admin folder and place a config.yml there. The final structure is: /static/admin/config.yml.

            Basically, the config.yml file is where your collections and the CMS will be configured based on the broad documentation from Netlify. It also exposes a localhost:8000/admin (or on production) URL to log into your private CMS and perform the CRUD actions to your collections.

            The case you are describing may look something like:



            How do I make Gatsby + netlify website work on my machine?
            Asked 2021-Jan-17 at 18:10

            I deployed an app with netlify + gatsby default options and then I cloned that repo, so I can edit the style. The problem is that it doesn't work on my machine, the following error persists:



            Answered 2021-Jan-17 at 18:09

            According to some threads about that starter, there's a bug about the Sass loaders that causes this issue. You have many solutions provided in this GitHub thread:

            • Add options to the gatsby-plugin-sass:


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            Install netlify-cms

            The Netlify CMS can be used in two different ways.
            A Quick and easy install, that requires you to create a single HTML file and a configuration file. All the CMS JavaScript and CSS are loaded from a CDN. To learn more about this installation method, refer to the Quick Start Guide
            A complete, more complex install, that gives you more flexibility but requires that you use a static site builder with a build system that supports npm packages.


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