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/- Home page.
pages/about- About page.
pages/writing/[slug]- Static pre-rendered writing pages using Sanity.
$ git clone https://github.com/eneskutlay/website $ cd website $ npm install $ npm run dev
If you haven't heard of Sanity.io before, you can visit its website.
$ cd sanity-backend/ $ npm install $ npx @sanity/cli init $ npx @sanity/cli start
If you have completed all these steps without any problems, Sanity Studio should be running on the 3333 port and NextJs should be running on the 3000 port.
To edit the Navbar section and Head contents, you need to edit the
To connect to Sanity Studio, you need to edit the
lib/client.js file. For additional instructions, visit the comment lines and the official Sanity.io website.
You can review the
/sanity-backend/schemas folder to edit Sanity schemas and the Sanity Schemas Documentation for more information.
If you haven't heard enough about data fetching and getStaticProps before, you can check the official documentation from NextJs.