After dragging myself out of what I’m dubbing the quarantine slump (namely, playing 100+ hours of Animal Crossing, re-watching Children of Men, and concluding that I’m probably not inside a simulation), I finally published @mlent/gatsby-theme-help-center.
It’s the first time I’ve published my own npm package, not connected to work!
Well, it’s kind of connected to work because I built this theme because I needed it for my own SaaS product. But you know what I mean.
I hope this Gatsby Theme for knowledge bases is somehow useful for my fellow bootstrappers, open-sourcers (just joined the club hay 👋), and people who just can’t stand the idea of paying for yet another subscription.
Here’s what it looks like in use:
The theme is quite minimal, but you can do these things with it:
- Show featured questions on the home page
- Write articles in MDX
- Easily extend what’s inside the
- Customize text, buttons, links, and colors
- Set all the good SEO and sharing metadata
- Make your articles “searchable” (using an autocomplete selector 😆)
Try it out
The easiest way to try it on your machine is:
npx gatsby new your-site https://github.com/mlent/gatsby-starter-help-center cd your-site npm run develop # or yarn develop
This theme was made with Gatsby, TypeScript, Material UI, Emotion, and Feather Icons.