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cloudflare pages' to build my site, but I encountered the error: Cannot read properties of undefined (reading 'split')`. The following is a complete cloudflare log:
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Feb-04 at 16:46
I guess you have used the same approach to configure languages Kontent gatsby source plugin as it is in starters.
According to the error, I would guess your environment variables are not propagated to Cloudflare. So
undefined -> which causess the error
cannot read properties of undefined (reading 'split') on gatsby-config.js:30:67.
(I'm new to python so please excuse the probably trivial question. I tried my best looking for similar issues but suprisingly couldn't find someone with the same question.)
I'm trying to build a simple static site generator in Python. The script should take all .txt files in a specific directory (including subfolders), paste the content of each into a template .html file and then save all the newly generated .html files into a new directory while recreating the folder structure of the original directory.
So for I got the code which does the conversion itself for a single file but I'm unsure how to do it for multiple files in a directory....
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Dec-27 at 03:52
To manipulate files and directories, you will need to import some system functionalites under the built-in module
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Dec-20 at 16:07
Put this css below into your component's css. The img element in the container align right and overflow from left.
I am using the @lekoarts
gatsby-theme-minimal-blog. You can view my code here:
I feel like I am losing hair because of how much time I have spent trying to get this working. I am running
Gatsby locally, and I've somehow successfully shadowed the footer component. I want to shadow the header component, but for some reason nothing is working at all.
In the lekoarts theme, the footer is in the same folder location as the header component, but when I add a file called
header.tsx to overwrite the other
header.tsx in the same location as the footer that is successfully shadowing nothing happens. I tried adding it in every other possible place I can think of, restarting the local build, and I'm at my wits end.
Here's the kicker, when I remove footer.tsx from the local src directory I added it to, It gives me an error now? Why would it give me an error for a file not existing that wasn't even there in the theme to begin with until I added it?
I really (really) want to give a static site generator a shot, but this feels extremely frustrating for something that should be simple, and it's discouraging me for suggesting something like this for any kind of complex project.
Any help or advice would be much appreciated....
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Nov-05 at 09:21
Try to clean
.cache folder and re-run the dev. Every time you "shadow" or change the components in theme folder, you should do it.
gatsby clean or
npm run clean - I saw that script in your repo.
I have a blog built with Eleventy (static site generator), using Nunjucks as the templating language.
I have a page that lists all the tags I've assigned to my posts. It lists them in alphabetical order, with the number of posts per tag.
What I'd also like to do is list the tags in order of frequency (most-used tags first).
The code that works to get the alphabetical list (with counts) looks like this:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Sep-16 at 01:47
.eleventy.js file to count the number of posts in each tag, then sort the data by the number of posts.
Since Eleventy doesn't seem to give us a pre-grouped object of tags and posts, we're doing that ourselves. This does mean that if you put duplicate tags on one post, it will be counted twice. It is possible to de-dupe the tags, but it shouldn't be an issue if you're careful.
I'm currently making a (static) website from scratch (so code the HTML and CSS stuff myself), and I want to have a responsive "image gallery" that changes the width of the pictures according to your screen width, so I followed this tutorial: CSS Image Gallery - responsive
However, changing it to my own likings I encountered an issue I could not fix with my current HTML/CSS skillset (it is not that much, I'm quite new in this). My problem is when I have (in my example three) images of the same size in my gallery, but the captions of the image have different length, this negatively affects the text that is followed by the gallery (see example and image below). I tried to fix this with the tutorials available at W3 and stuff, but nothing worked yet.
Does any of you how to (easily) fix this? And if so, please explain what you changed, because I want to truly understand what is going on at my website (that is why I didn't want to use these static site generators).
Note: I have made 3 types of galleries, one for two, three and four images, which explains the ".responsivethree" etc classes
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Sep-09 at 21:33
The float:left property you gave to the responsivethree class aligns the images to the left. Since you did not reset the left justification feature afterward, you are having a problem with the text scrolling. The clear:both command is used to reset the float:left property.
I used the Nextjs static site generator to output a simple static site. I am attempting to deploy this site to Vercel but I keep getting an error while it is building. I have deployed this same site to static hosting sites in the past, but want to try Vercel now.
The nextjs docs explicitly say my nextjs app requires zero config:
This is my package.json, the deployment scripts run
We strongly recommend using Vercel even if your Next.js app is fully static. Vercel is optimized to make static Next.js apps blazingly fast. next export works with Zero Config deployments on Vercel.
npm exportwhich runs
next build && next exportto create the
out/directory, like the docs recommend: ...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Sep-01 at 05:23
You are probably having
"target": "serverless" in your
next.config.js. Remove it or set it to
Next.js can only handle exporting when the
targetis set to
server(this is the default value). A serverless build, for instance, has no handler for requests–this is usually implemented by a hosting provider.
EDIT: It appears that the error was due to old version of Next.js, most probably because they then understood Zeit (now Vercel) as a serverless platform and used to override the target. Updating the version will fix the problem. Also add
out, etc. to
.gitignore. Here is the updated repo.
I've got some questions about nextJS and SSG (static site generator)
1 - I want to manage my app state globally so I want to use react's context api. As I understand using redux in next js app disables SSG. If I use react context api does that disable too?
2 - I know that I can do server side rendering but I want to have a custom nodejs server that I created from scratch. And I want to fetch data from my nodeJS server in the client side. Does making that way disable SSG and bad for performance?...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-10 at 17:58
This documentation will help you clarify your understanding on how Next.js handles automatic static optimization. Take a look at the caveats in that documentation to understand when that gets disabled at a global level.
Beyond that, whether or not each individual page behaves as SSG, ISR, SSG + CSR or SSR is a matter of the data requirements of the individual page. See this documentation to better understand the different ways Next.js handles each page depending on the data requirements.
Now, to answer your two questions directly:
I cannot find any indication that using Redux in Next.js disables SSG. In fact, here is an official example using Redux to illustrate both an SSG and SSR Next.js page implementation. Same goes for the react context API. On the other hand, it is entirely possible for you to unintentionally disable SSG by both using Redux / react context while requiring dynamic data in your page. Read up on the documentation linked in the second paragraph above to understand this better.
Fetching data from your custom NodeJS server client-side does not necessarily disable SSG. It will disable SSG if you require dynamic data on each page load. You have the choice to either statically generate your page (SSG + CSR) and then request your data client-side post page load (think axois / browser fetch API + loading indicator); OR, if you need the data to be present immediately upon page load (SSG & SSR), you can use
getStaticPathsto inject that data at build time (SSG) or
getServerSidePropsto inject the data on each page load (SSR).
I'm currently individualizing the Hugo theme https://github.com/themefisher/vex-hugo
A demo can be found here: https://themes.gohugo.io/theme/vex-hugo/
Under the features there are nice icons with some text. I want to place the headings next to the icons.
In the html code a loop is used to place the text - which is defined in a yml file for static site generator Hugo - like this for the left icons and text:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-09 at 14:55
You can give the
h4 in CSS
display: flex; and
align-items: center;. Even when the icon is larger than the text it will be centered vertically.
Here's the code example:
i am trying to make a static site generator which works with a great routing class....
ANSWERAnswered 2021-May-31 at 20:50
See this example:
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