Make Prism.js show line numbers by default (without CSS classes)

  • September 16, 2017
For client-side syntax highlighting with Hugo, I think Prism.js is the best of the many options available to web developers. It’s highly configurable, supports plenty of languages, and produces a very attractive-looking end product. There was one bugaboo bothering me, though. One of the Prism features that really impressed me was its ability to put in line numbers in code blocks. This looks good and makes it easier to reference small pieces of code when writing and commenting on it. Read More

Hugo vs. WordPress page load speed comparison: Hugo leaves WordPress in its dust

  • January 8, 2017

Getting Things Tech recently moved from WordPress to Hugo, partly motivated by the hope for better page load performance. Has the bet paid off? Without a doubt. With over a month on this new platform, we now have some data to show off the differences.

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How to deploy a Hugo site to DigitalOcean automatically with Wercker

  • December 24, 2016

Getting Things Tech recently switched from WordPress to Hugo, the latter of which is a static website generator. Further, we moved our hosting over to DigitalOcean, which makes things very speedy. As we like to do, it’s time to look under the hood and show you how to deploy a Hugo site like this one to DigitalOcean painlessly, with Wercker.

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GTT has a new look, new Hugo backend, and new host with Digital Ocean

  • December 22, 2016

Return visitors to Getting Things Tech might notice a change to our look, but it’s much more than a facelift. In the past few weeks, Getting Things Tech has also moved away from WordPress and onto a new web host, which has made things work much more quickly around here.

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