If you’d like to preview what your Quartz site looks like before deploying it to the internet, the following instructions guide you through installing the proper dependencies to run it locally.
This step will generate the list of backlinks for Hugo to parse. Ensure you have Go (>= 1.16) installed.
If you are running into an error saying that
command not found: hugo-obsidian, make sure you set your
GOPATH correctly (see the troubleshooting page)! This will allow your terminal to correctly recognize hugo-obsidian as an executable.
# Installing Hugo
Hugo is the static site generator that powers Quartz. Install Hugo with “extended” Sass/SCSS version first. Then,
If you have the Docker CLI installed already, you can avoid installing
hugo. Instead, open your terminal, navigate to your folder with Quartz and run
Afterwards, start the Hugo server as shown above and your local backlinks and interactive graph should be populated! Now, let’s get it hosted online.
🌍 Step 5: Hosting Quartz online!