I want to find examples of other Hugo blogs, but they're not really easy to search for. Unless someone put "Hugo" in the descrption (which is actually common) there's no real defining files. However there's a set of files that are in a lot of Hugo Blogs and we can search them in Github with the GHArcive BigQuery Export. The strategy is that most Hugo blogs will contain a /themes folder, a /content folder a /static folder and a config.
One of the hardest parts of learning something new is motivation. This is why one of the best ways to learn programming is editing code; it's goal driven so motivation is built in. I've successfully used this to start learning how to write Hugo themes. Now that I've got a reasonable collection of posts, over 250, I would like to understand what content people are actually accessing on this website to get an idea of what would be useful.
Being able to write simple diagrams with text is very convenient. We can do this in Hugo by rendering with mermaid.js. In particular I want to render some factor tree diagrams of the style of The Art of Insight. Like this one: The final result looks like: graph LR; A[sheets ream-1 500] --|-1| B[thickness 10-2cm ] C[thickness ream-1 5cm] -- B B -- D[volume 1cm3] E[height 6cm] -- D F[width 15cm] -- D Implementation I copied the Mermaid Hugo shortcode from the learn theme and put it in layouts/shortcodes/mermaid.