Bottle

The friendliest blogging engine

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Installation

1. Download the platform specific binary from the release page.
2. Place bottle on path
3. Get writing!

Features

  • Built-in production webserver
  • Live edit your blog posts. No more restarting your server.
  • Easy to customize theme system.
  • Works on any platform Go is supported on

Deployment

To create a new blog using bottle, first create your site’s directory

mkdir blog
cd blog

Use bottle to create your blog’s structure.

bottle init

Customize your blog’s metadata by editing bottle.yaml

title: 99 Bottles of beer
author: Brewmaster
description: A blog by Brewmaster
keywords:
    - blog
    - bottle
    - seo
    - brewing
theme: default
url: "http://localhost:8080"
locale: en_us
fb_user_id: ""
fb_app_id: ""
tw_pub_handle: ""
tw_author_handle: ""

Create a new post by creating a new markdown file in ./posts or by running

bottle new post "your_post_slug"

Everything is YAML! Customize your post’s metadata.

---
title: My new post
subtitle: A blank canvas--full of adventure
author: Brewmaster
description: ""
keywords: []
site_img: ""
body: ""
slug: test
publish_date: 2022-07-20T22:49:35.876486611-04:00
og_video: ""
section: ""
modifiedTime: 0001-01-01T00:00:00Z
expirationTime: 0001-01-01T00:00:00Z
tw_author_handle: ""
tw_preview_image: ""
tw_vid_aud_player: ""
---

Don’t worry about filling all those fields. Bottle’s smart enough to fill in sensible defaults. All you need to publish a blog post is a Title!

---
title: Hello World!
---

Serving your Website

bottle comes pre-packaged with a production level webserver. The server comes with logging, compression, and some other optimizations on by default.

bottle serve

If you want to run your server across multiple processes, start it with:

bottle serve -j

More options are coming as bottle gets developed to allows pros to customize their site as heavily as needed.

Contributing

Contributions are always welcome!

See contributing.md for ways to get started.

Please adhere to this project’s code of conduct.

License

MIT

GitHub

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