The dev.to project with GatsbyJS-17

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Welcome to part-17 of the series. You can find part-16 here.

I want to have the concept of series in the site. Many of the blog posts are part of a series and i want to group them together, which will be easier for the user to find them.

First, i want to implement the click on logo, to take to home page. We can do this my wrapping the image tag with a Link tag, in Navbar.js file.

Navbar.js

Rest of the chapter is exclusive content and will be in my upcoming book Gatsby Cookbook. You can find more details about it here.

Gatsby Cookbook

The book is currently 80% complete and available on leanpub to purchase at this url.

It will also launch all the major platform like leanpub, amazon, iBooks, gumroad once it is complete in July 2020.

Now, we will get the series in the mobile menu also on click of the right menu button.

Mobile menu

This completes part-17 of the series. You can find part-18 here.

You can find the code for the same in this github repo.

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