I currently have a website / blog on Squarespace, and distribute my notes vault using Obsidian publish.
I’m not a huge fan of Squarespace, but if fit my needs at the time. Looking ahead, I’d like to move to another solution that might give me a bit more control over and allows better integration (at least at a UX level) between my blog and my notes.
I am wondering if there are any guides or anything that would walk me through 1) moving my blog to a static site generator and 2) using Obsidian to power the content behind the site, so that I can maintain the structure and linking of my notes like Publish does for me now, but with more control over the look/feel of things.
Also, is there anything I would need to do or change about the way I write my notes in Obsidian? I use wikilinks–will those hold up? Any other pitfalls?
I imagine that Hugo would work pretty well for this. Both Hugo and Obsidian use Markdown content and YAML front matter.
I use Hugo for my personal blog and have had a very positive experience. While my blog isn’t powered by Obsidian, I’ll regularly draft posts in Obsidian, copy/paste into an editor for my blog, strip out the [[internal links]], and publish.
Hello! found Publii. It is an offline CMS (static site generator). But currently don’t support any of the Gardening features. However, they say they are going to allow extending it through ‘Plugins’.
Hope, it will help us publish Obsidian Vaults through it. Btw, I raised an issue for this specific enhancement on their Github profile. It would be nice if more persons, encourage them to bring such plugin.