Marek Czernek

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Marek Czernek is a Red Hatter at heart. Marek currently works on Red Hat's technical trainings as a course developer. In his spare time, he loves to learn anything Java, front-end, or math, and appreciates beautiful documentation and beautiful code. At times, he contributes to various projects' documentation, such as Tomcat and Liferay.

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Hey there,

that depends on what is the underlying server. Hugo generates HTML for you. You then take that HTML and serve it on some web server, such as Apache HTTPD, or Nginx. When you have that, you can use lets encrypt, for example described here:

Hope that helps ;)

Hi there,

I'm afraid that is not true. Have you tried it? I just did, the resulting front matter looks as such:

title: "First Post"
date: 2018-03-27T15:16:44+02:00
draft: true

That is the default one. The lookup in the theme directory is not happening here I'm afraid.