The README.md

complex

If you're not familiar with the eleventy-high-performance-blog let me share the README.md file. It has a lot of complex words, and I don't know what most mean.
I do know that a lot of people I follow are impressed by the template, and that's good enough for me.
So here is everything this template has.

eleventy-high-performance-blog #

A starter repository for building a blog with the Eleventy static site generator implementing a wide range of performance best practices.

Screenshot showing that the site achieves 100 points on Lighthouse by default

Based on the awesome eleventy-base-blog.

Demo #

Getting Started #

1. Generate a new repository from this repository template #

Click the "Use this template" button. Alternatively you can clone this repo yourself and push your copy to your favorite git repository.

2. Clone your new repository #

git clone https://github.com/YOUR_REPO

3. Navigate to the directory #

cd my-blog-name

4. Install dependencies #

npm install

5. Build, serve, watch and test #

npm run watch

6. Build and test #

npm run build

Customize #

:root {
--primary: #e7bf60;
--primary-dark: #f9c412;
}

Features #

Performance outcomes #

Performance optimizations #

Images #

CSS #

Miscellaneous #

Fonts #

Analytics #

DX features #

SEO & Social #

Largely useless glitter #

Security #

Generates a strong CSP for the base template.

Build performance #

Disclaimer #

This is not an officially supported Google product, but rather Malte's private best-effort open-source project.

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