Below you will find pages that utilize the taxonomy term “Content Creation”
On the heels of my Seo Optimization for Hugo post, I spent quite a bit of time learning how to use the built-in image processing to make responsive images in Hugo. Responsive images are pretty powerful for website performance. People use different browser sizes when viewing content so selecting the right image size to show on loading is important from an SEO and website performance standpoint.
A lot of CMS’s (like Wordpress) do this automatically when you upload an image but Hugo doesn’t do it out of the box.
Recently I’ve been toying with the idea of starting a new blog, just for fun. The area of focus will be on craft beer brewing and reviews. Knowing what I now know about content, content planning, and management, I started to think about how to build a site from the ground up with entertaining but valuable content.
Of course, this means I need to spend time thinking about how to organize my content and what CMS will I use?
Bless me Father for I have sinned. Please forgive me for my content creation and management sins. Yes, I admit I’ve have mismanaged good content for the sake of expediency. Often I’ve have ignored how my readers consume my evergreen content. For that I beg for your absolution. I promise, on my CMS’s grave, not to stray from the path of good content creation and management again. Amen.
Today It’s been almost 10 years since I started this blog and its gone through many evolutions.