Just in case anyone cares, I figured out how to manage multiple sites with neocities' cli tool. You set up one account and rename the config file ~/.config/neocities/config to, say, config-website1. Then set up the other account and mv ~/.config/neocities/config ~/.config/neocities/config-website2.
Then if you want to update website1, rename config-website1 to config, do your thing and rename it back to config-website1. Same thing for website2. It's a quick and dirty method that isn't really that quick. It's just dirty.>>49816
I use markdown too, but I use pandoc to convert it to html, adding a css stylesheet with pandoc's -c option. That's it for me, but my site is very simple, it's just one page, https://thecosmiclibrary.neocities.org
I have a script that does that, and another script that uploads the stuff using neocities' cli tool. That's my personal workflow for now.
That said, I'm probably gonna switch to hugo (a ssg) because I want to be able to update the website from a smartphone and I can't get pandoc to work there, but hugo is available in termux's repos. Plus hugo is faster and has tags, categories and all that fancy stuff that may or may not be useful for me (or you) at all. So I'm probably a normal person weido here for using hugo, most sites in the webring look hand-made.
I also update the rss xml file manually like a caveman. And make it double because I have a Spanish version of the website. Yeah, I need to step up my workflow.
>son of a soykaf why does this post look automated to you, fuarrrking machine