Example sites

Created with the Origami language

About Us

Screenshot of https://weborigami.org/demos/aboutus

The Origami tutorial leads you through the creation of this simple site that includes a home page and a set of pages for team members generated from a data file. This example also demonstrates the use of a “map” to scale full-size images to a smaller size.

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All City Someday

Screenshot of https://all-city-someday.netlify.app

A photo blog backed by Google Drive: photos saved to a shared Google Drive folder will appear on the site.

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Aventour Expeditions

Screenshot of https://aventour-expeditions.netlify.app

A travel site for an adventure trekking company. Showcases the use of a different template language (Handlebars), the transformation of markdown with front matter into HTML, and the creation of an image gallery that shows all the photos in a given folder.

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Screenshot of https://jan.miksovsky.com

A blog with entries organized by year, with JSON and RSS feeds.

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Cat Prints Store

Screenshot of https://cat-prints-store.weborigami.org

A small web storefront with a shopping cart provided by a third-party service designed for use with static sites. This site also features the use of CSS view transitions.

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Cherokee Myths

Screenshot of https://cherokee-myths.netlify.app

A text-focused site with a generated table of contents and full-text search.

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Screenshot of https://pondlife.netlify.app

A sample blog built from markdown posts, with generated index pages, post pages, and feeds.

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Web Origami documentation

Screenshot of https://weborigami.org

The Web Origami documentation site itself has many features. The primary content is defined in markdown with inlined Origami expressions, allowing individual documentation pages to generate SVG diagrams and run code samples in order to incorporate their output. Various navigation elements like a sidebar and top navigation bar are generated from the structure of the content. The site also generates API documentation from JavaScript source files.

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Japan Traverse Hike ebook

Book cover showing a grassy meadow with an elevated wooden pathway

In addition to creating websites, Origami can generate other software artifacts like ebooks. This example project generates an ebook using markdown text with images.

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