Welcome aboard. Let’s take a look at what we’re making in this course and what you’ll need to get started.
Time to get your site up and running in the browser with a good old-fashioned “Hello, world”.
Now that we have Eleventy up and running with a “Hello, world” example, let’s add some HTML and Nunjucks.
Learn about what Front Matter is, why it’s useful and how we can use it to super-charge our site’s content.
A quick tutorial on telling Eleventy to copy files over to your website output.
A quick tour of partials and how we can include them by adding our site header.
We’re diving into Eleventy’s data capability and making sections of the site dynamic.
Collections are a crucial part of Eleventy’s capabilities, so it’s time to learn about them.
We’ve achieved a heck of a lot over the last 9 lessons so let’s gather round and recap what we’ve learned.
Time to pick up the pace and dig in to what Eleventy is best known for by creating our front-end feeds.
After a pretty full-on start to this blog, let’s spend some time focusing on the blog post view, filters and setting global data for directories.
Most of our blog template is done and dusted. All we have to do now is add a recommended posts section at the end.
A nice straightforward page build using some of the knowledge we’ve already learned.
Another quick and (hopefully) easy lesson to give you a chance to practice your new skills.
Time to add a core page to the site and learn about linked content.
Let’s wrap up our HTML-only build of the website and recap on where we’ve got to.