Modern tools, such as Svelte and Tailwind allow you to easily hand-craft fast and beautiful websites. What’s missing is the ability to make edits without changing the source code.
No longer. I created an open-source website template so you can build natively editable websites and applications.
If you have questions or need any help, contact me.
This is for frontend developers, who want to control the layout in code, but allow site owners to make content changes.
If you or your clients prefer to also define layout and style in a visual interface, you might be better off using a conventional CMS or No-Code tool.
For more nuanced answers, check out the discussion on HackerNews.
Quality, speed and ease of use. Edits can be made as you browse the website. No longer site owners need to struggle with the technicalities of a CMS.
Unlike React, Svelte allowed me to eliminate the boilerplate code for integrating a rich text editor. That way designers who know HTML + CSS are able to build CMS-free editable websites.
No. The source code is distributed under a permissive MIT license. Only open-source technologies, including SvelteKit, Postgres, and MinIO are used.
The template is optimized for speed and accessibility. Besides great content, that’s what Google and friends reward in their ranking algorithms.