If you have created a Frontity site, whether for a client or as a personal project, you can help us and the rest of the community by sharing it.
Sharing your project in our Showcases section means that others can learn, get inspired and see what can be accomplished with Frontity.
There are several different ways to add your Frontity site to the Showcase page:
The easiest way is to fill out this form with your site’s information:
Title of your site (required)
URL of your site (required)
Source code (e.g. the GitHub repository of the project)
Testimonial (a few lines about your experience with Frontity)
Your email address (in case we need to contact you if there’s a problem with your form)
We will review your submission and feature your project in the Showcase page
In order to add it to the forum, simply go to the Showcase category, open a new topic, and write a post with a link to your site.
Here are some ideas to include in your forum post. All the sites shared in this category are featured in the Showcases page too.
If you prefer to use GitHub instead, go to the Showcase page and click the “Edit on GitHub” link (on the right sidebar). This will take you directly to the Showcases file in the repository.
showcases.md file and add your submission with the following format:
## Title of your Site* Site: https://yourfrontitysite.com* [Source code](https://github.com/user/github-repo)> This can be a brief description of your site and/or your feedback about Frontity.
If there’s no open source code, feel free to remove that text line. Once finished, click the “Propose file change” button and create a pull request.
We will review your pull request and merge it with the final version if everything is fine.
For a more detailed explanation on how to edit a documentation file on our gitbook-docs repo, please check out this guide.