An Obsidian to website publishing system that allows me to publish directly out of my Digital Garden and so retain the benefits of a single, frictionless workflow. The GitHub source is at https://quartz.jzhao.xyz.
The Quantum Garden moved to Quartz in September 2023.
flowchart TD A["/"] --> B(fa:fa-note-sticky notes) A --> C(fa:fa-square-rss blog) A --> E(fa:fa-tree maturity) A --> F(fa:fa-mountain-sun landscapes) A --> D(fa:fa-lock assets) A --> G(fa:fa-lock management)
The modifications I’ve made from the original codebase are listed below with the file(s) where the change has been made. You’re more than welcome to view them in-situ at the site’s Github repository. The majority are to support Designing The Quantum Garden and others are purely informational/cosmetic.
I believe it’s poor design to link to any pages that I can know don’t exist.
At this stage of the garden’s development this hides the fact that many pages are not as inter-linked as they should be.
For future proofing as mixed case URLs only cause problems when page names change.
There is also a custom rule applied to Cloudflare to convert all incoming URLs to lower case for any off-site references except if the file is
/static/contentIndex.json as that breaks Search.
The folder structure behind the site doesn’t add as much value as good writing and linking.
Some small configuration options. Note that dates are no longer being shown as part of Designing The Quantum Garden.
Include images for the new compressed web image format.
Display tags with a icon rather than a
Tag pages can themselves be tagged and show the list of their tags.
If you are on a tag page, the list of notes with that tag no longer display the name of the page itself. It’s completely redundant information.
Add pages to index all notes within one or more Landscapes.
I prefer topics over tags. Possibly could have done this with a site redirect, but I like this way better. Fixes it at the root.
The default is to say “Topic: abcd”. Now the FontAwesome Message icon is displayed instead, and throughout the site for all topic labels.