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Netlify’s new logo

Netlify’s new logo

Netlify, one of my favorite deployment options and a web development platform, has recently introduced a new logo, marking a significant step towards a new overall visual identity. The company has used its signature teal gem logo for the past eight years, which has remained unchanged since its inception.

The 1967 Rolling Stone logo, drawn by Rick Griffin.

The evolution of the Rolling Stone logo

The Rolling Stone Magazine has a new logo, which one might have overlooked due to its references to its history. XYZ Type, the designer(s) behind the rework give a little insight into the illustrious history of the logo through the decades and the reasoning behind their updates.

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Feeds

Feeds

This is a GoHugo module that implements three configurable feed formats: RSS, Atom, and JSONfeed. Find out more about the RSS, Atom and JSON feed formats Configuration Limits hugo-feeds uses a cautious approach at configuring the output of the feeds. Where GoHugo’s internal RSS template prints all available pages without a configured limit, hugo-feeds will load only the 10 latest pages/posts, but you can configure at your pleasure.

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Icons

Icons

This GoHugo module streamlines the addition of SVG-based icon sets to your Hugo website, utilizing the efficient method of defining icons once using <symbol> and reusing them with <use>. By default, the module includes icon sets as an example, but is designed to support any SVG icon set you wish to integrate.

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