Blog 11-26-21


Umami is a simple, easy to use, self-hosted web analytics solution. The goal is to provide you with a friendlier, privacy-focused alternative to Google Analytics and a free, open-sourced alternative to paid solutions. Umami collects only the metrics you care about and everything fits on a single page. You can view a live demo  here.

I plan to use  Umami together with Google Analytic to track my websites (since it’s free). Not for today since my hands are full. Just  note it down.

An interesting site counter:


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Today I have visited a nice weblog which implemented that site counter: The website looks neat, too.

To verify Hugo website, put BingSiteAuth.xml to ./static  folder.

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Rewards from unopened contracts of CC#5

Today I’m blessed with a Pot2 Specter 😉

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Potential 2 ~ DP cost -1

 There are 3 more Potential to reach Improves Talent

One free Specter can be obtained from Elite Operator Recruitment Permit

 Senior Tag ~  Specter

It’s not that I’m trying to migrate to Cloudflare Pages. For now I’m quite satisfied at Netlify service. However, since my main domain ( is using Cloudflare DNS an other services, so I strive to use their Pages product as well. 😄

Now let me see how to set up and deploy a project with Cloudflare Pages. It should be very easy, just following their 1-2-3 guiding steps. 😄

 On Cloudflare account, switch to Tab Pages. Choose Create a Project


 There are two choices for Git account, either GitHub or Gitlab. I choose GitHub because I’ve already had a GitHub repository.


 Now choose Only select repositories option, select Website repos.


 From this page, select Website repos again and click Begin Setup.


 A few more build settings and then I can deploy my Hugo website.


 Waiting a few minutes…


 And it’s done.

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 Click Custom Domains tab next to Deployments. If the domain name is already hosted by Cloudflare, just enter the domain name (for example,, and Cloudflare can automatically update the CNAME and deploy it.


 For complete How to Deploy a Hugo site, there is an official article at  Cloudflare Docs

 My experience: It’s so fast, blazing-fast, resulting from Cloudflare’s global data center network. It is the same automatic deployment experience as Netlify CI/CD, but with simpler operations. And I notice that my web pages load much quicker than on Netlify. Build speed of Netlify is noticeable faster, however. 😉

See here for more Netlify vs Cloudflare Pages comparison.

There are issues of Cloudflare Pages, but it won’t bother me, yet.

 How to view remaining build credits?

  Set up Redirects:

Sometimes, or I don’t know how many times it’ll likely occur, build environment can take a very long time to complete due to some internal server error.