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Showing the Current Breakpoint for Bootstrap

Showing the Current Breakpoint for Bootstrap

The problem: I am refining the display of certain sections of my website and I need to know what exact break point is userd currently by Bootstrap. I am using the latest Bootstrap version. The solution: I created a shortcode or partial that I can use in my templates to display the current breakpoint.

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Devtools

Devtools

This is a GoHugo theme component loading all of David’s Neighbour’s GoHugo development modules at once. It will currently load hugo-debug, hugo-functions, and hugo-hooks.

Development

Formatters Formatters are dedicated layout files for certain variable types. dnb-hugo offers reusable templates for any structural need (two and three column tables or plain printout) and takes over the markup and styling of the output. The configuration for a single formatter offers the following parameters:

Debugging and Logging to CLI

Debug from your layout file into the CLI/server log Some times we developers want to inform and warn our users, or even throw an error. The debug partial is your connection to the CLI with some more options than GoHugo’s internal error functionality.

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Auditor

Auditor

Improve your GoHugo website’s development with this auditing component. These auditing tools ensure you to find hidden performance boosts.

Debug

Debug everything in Hugo! This module for GoHugo adds debugging partials for everything you need to debug. Notes This is a GoHugo module to use while you are developing your theme or website. It slows down the build process. Knowledge about variables in our template and NOT speed is our main priority.

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Debug

Debug everything in Hugo! This module for GoHugo adds debugging partials for everything you need to debug. Notes This is a GoHugo module to use while you are developing your theme or website. It slows down the build process. Knowledge about variables in our template and NOT speed is our main priority.

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Autostart a development server in VSCode

Are you annoyed of the two clicks and one line command to start your development server (or development watching process) each time you open VSCode? Then I can help you ;] I recently and finally got around to read through all the docs and found out that there is an easy way to do this in VSCode, via “Task configuration”.

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