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Learn how to add blog posts in your MakerKit Next.js Supabase application

We can add your website's blog posts within the src/content/posts folder.

Add a new blog post

To add a new blog post, create a new markdown file within the src/content/posts folder. The file name should be the slug of the blog post. For example, if you want to create a blog post with the slug hello-world, create a file called hello-world.mdx.

For example, the following file is a blog post with the slug lorem-ipsum:

--- title: Lorem Ipsum date: 2023-09-23 live: true description: "Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit, sed do eiusmod tempor incididunt ut labore et dolore magna aliqua." image: "/assets/images/posts/lorem-ipsum.webp" ---

Blog post metadata

Each blog post should have the following metadata:

  • title: The title of the blog post
  • date: The date of the blog post
  • live: Whether the blog post should be visible on the website
  • description: The description of the blog post
  • image: The image of the blog post

Blog post content

The content of the blog post should be written in markdown. You can use the MDX syntax to add React components within the markdown content.

Additionally, we included multiple components that you can use to add content to your blog post:

  • Image: Add an image to your blog post (a wrapper around the next/image component)
  • Video: Add a video to your blog post. This is lazy-loaded and includes a loading spinner while the video is loading
  • Alert: Add an alert to your blog post
  • LazyRender: Lazy-load a React component within your blog post
  • TweetEmbed: Embed a tweet within your blog post

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