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How To Add Dark Mode To Your Gridsome Blog With Tailwind CSS V2 [2021 Guide]

August 7, 2020 · 6 min read
UI is finally moving to dark mode. More and more websites allow users to select a dark theme. MacOS, iOS, many apps, and even Windows 10 have dark mode. At the end of this article, you will know how to add dark mode to your Gridsome website with Tailwind CSS V2.

How to Set Up Drafts And Schedule Posts To Publish With Gridsome

July 24, 2020 · 2 min read
Until now, our simple blog lacks two important features: posts in draft state, and automatic publishing of blog posts in the future. Let’s explore how to implement both in a few minutes!

How to Add ESLint to Gridsome (The Easy Way)

July 17, 2020 · 1 min read
The concept we need for categories and tags in Gridsome is taxonomy pages. Every node in Gridsome's GraphQL Schema has a belongsTo field that shows which other nodes are referencing it.

Tailwind CSS vs Bootstrap: Why Tailwind Is Better For Teams

July 14, 2020 · 2 min read
Gridsome is a modern static site generator based on Vue. It has functionality that allows easy development of fast websites, and loading data from various sources. Learn the basics and build a static site with this guide.

How to Add Tags to Your Posts In Gridsome [2021 Guide]

July 10, 2020 · 3 min read
The concept we need for categories and tags in Gridsome is taxonomy pages. Every node in Gridsome's GraphQL Schema has a belongsTo field that shows which other nodes are referencing it.

How to Add Styling to Your Code Blocks in Gridsome [With Shiki]

July 3, 2020 · 3 min read
Your code editor has syntax-highlighting. The code in your blog posts should have syntag-highlighting, too.

Host Google Fonts Yourself For Performance and Privacy In Your Gridsome Blog

June 26, 2020 · 3 min read
As of May 2020, at least 88 Million Websites use Google Fonts. Apart from the privacy reasons, soon using a CDN other than your own won’t bring you any performance benefits. So let’s host Google Fonts ourselves!

You Should Care About Email Flooding. This Is How to Avoid It.

June 23, 2020 · 2 min read
Imagine this. Someone uses your website form to send thousands of spam emails. And you wake up to your email reputation being ruined and hundreds of “WTF happened” emails.