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Preetish HS
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Jan 15, 2020 ⋅ 7 min read

How to create a portfolio and blog using VuePress and Markdown

Preetish HS Freelance web developer, digital nomad, and design enthusiast. You can find me online at preetish.in.

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3 Replies to "How to create a portfolio and blog using VuePress and Markdown"

  1. Great article!

    I found that the link to blog was pointing to /blog.html. Fixed it adding a trailing backslash on the config file (/blog/):

    themeConfig: {
    nav: [
    { text: ‘Home’, link: ‘/’ },
    { text: ‘blog’, link: ‘/blog/’ }
    ]
    },

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