If you don’t want to think about anything but want to get a working website, do this. This guide assumes that you already have installed the Hugo-extended version
Make a folder that will be the root of your website. (For example: c:\workspace\mydocs)
Go to the folder directory you made in step 1(
mydocsin my case), and create a new Hugo site by typing
hugo new site .
Keep in mind that there is a
.at the end(Actually,
.means current directory).
Download the hugo-theme-zdoc repository. I recommend to use
submodule, but this is just a quick start guide. Download the repository is easier than using the git submodule.
zdocfolder in your blog themes folder. (
mydocs/themes/zdocin my case)
Unzip the zdoc repository to your zzo folder
In the zdocfolder, you can see the exampleSite folder. There are four folders inside (config, content, resources, static). Just copy-paste them to your project root folder. (delete overlapping folders or just override the folders)
Now, you are good to go. Run Hugo by typing
hugo serverat your root directory.