While Tota ships with sensible defaults to allow for zero-configuration use, it also allows you to override settings by using environment variables prefixed with
The HTML tags in
<head> will be populated from this config.
|The website URL (protocol and domain).|
|The title of the website.|
|Short description of the website.|
|The default post author.|
|The language of the website in ISO 639-1 format. Default is |
You are permitted to choose your own directory names in your Tota project, as long as you update the following settings.
|Contains all generated and publicly-accessible files.|
|Contains the source files for pages.|
|Contains the source files for posts. Also used in the URL as the blog sub-directory.|
|Contains the mustache HTML template files.|
These settings relate only to posts.
|The date format. Read Dart's |
These settings are used to manage deployments.
|The name of the site on Netlify.|
|Netlify personal access token.|