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# Base URL used when generating links to your pages
# Set to the URL for your site
baseURL = ""
# The name of this wonderful theme ;-).
theme = 'hugo-bearblog'
# Basic metadata configuration for your blog.
title = "Tims Blog 📝"
author = "Tim Büning"
copyright = "CC-BY-CA 4.0, 2022 Tim Buening."
languageCode = "de-DE"
# Generate a nice robots.txt for SEO
enableRobotsTXT = true
# Generate "Bearblog"-like URLs !only!, see
disableKinds = ["taxonomy"]
ignoreErrors = ["error-disable-taxonomy"]
blog = "/:slug/"
tags = "/blog/:slug"
# The "description" of your website. This is used in the meta data of your generated html.
description = "Tims personal digital Garden"
# The path to your "favicon". This should be a square (at least 32px x 32px) png-file.
# Hint: It's good practise to also put a "favicon.ico"-file into your "static"-folder.
favicon = "images/favicon.png"
# These "images" are used for the structured data templates. This will show up, when
# services like Twitter or Slack want to generate a preview of a link to your site.
# See and
images = ["images/share.png"]
# Another "title" :-). This one is used as the site_name on the Hugo's internal
# opengraph structured data template.
# See and
title = "Tims Blog"
# This theme will, by default, inject a made-with-line at the bottom of the page.
# You can turn it off, but we would really appreciate if you dont :-).
# hideMadeWithLine = true
# By default, this theme displays dates with a format like "02 Jan, 2006", but
# you can customize it by setting the `dateFormat` param in your site's config
# file. See [Hugo's Format function docs](
# for details. An example TOML config that uses [ISO
# 8601]( format:
# dateFormat = "2006-01-02"