You can run the Symbiota Docs website in your own computer if you’d like to contribute with content and you’re interested in previewing changes before pushing them to us, or for development purposes as well, in case you’d like to suggest theme modifications.
Symbiota Docs is a static documentation website compiled with Hugo. The files that create each page and topic are written in Markdown (with the possibility to add some HTML), and “translated” by Hugo into static HTML files.
In a nutshell, what you need to run a local version of the Symbiota Docs website is:
Hugo is a framework for building static websites. To install Hugo, please visit the official Hugo installation documentation.
hugo server -D
http://localhost:1313/or some similar with different port numbers).
.mdfor Markdown) in a text editor, make changes and save to see the modifications instantly reflected in your local website.
Laura Rocha Prado. How to run a local version of Symbiota Docs. In: Symbiota Support Hub (2021). Symbiota Documentation. https://biokic.github.io/symbiota-docs/contribute/local_version/. Created on 01 Dec 2021.