How this website is made
A static website based on Pandoc Framework
I know, in the last month I’ve edited my web site several times but there is a reason: I am not an aesthete, then, I’ve tried to find a right balance between usability, beauty, maintainability and portability.
The first goal was: My web site, that of a security engineer, shall be unhackable for this reason I’ve opted for a static web site type.
The solution, IMHO, is Pandoc 🐼: Write in Markdown and generate the HTML and much more.
I spent a lot of time reading, studying and configuring my environment to achieve the four goals I mentioned before: usability, beauty, maintainability and portability.
After some Google searches I found this wonderful article that opened my POV: Build an Amazing Markdown Editor Using Visual Studio Code and Pandoc.
With this environment I can write simple Markdown codes, apply a static template and generate the related HTML5 pages. To increase my productivity I’ve developed two simple Powershell scripts(now is multiplatform) that build the entire blog and create new articles.