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Wrapping Gatsby Pages in a Layout Component

ooloth profile image Michael Uloth Originally published at michaeluloth.com on ・1 min read

Up & Running with Gatsby (10 Part Series)

1) What is Gatsby? 2) Starting a New Gatsby Project 3 ... 8 3) Gatsby's Default Files and Folders 4) Writing HTML in a Gatsby Project 5) Adding Pages to a Gatsby Project 6) Wrapping Gatsby Pages in a Layout Component 7) Writing CSS in a Gatsby Project 8) Writing CSS-in-JS in a Gatsby Project 9) Adding Content to a Gatsby Project 10) Using GraphQL with Gatsby

This is the sixth video in our beginner series exploring GatsbyJS and how to use it to easily build performant apps and websites.

In this video, we learn how to use a Layout component to share common sections and styling between pages.

Check out the video below or view the entire playlist on YouTube.

Enjoy! πŸŽ‰πŸ“Ί

Up & Running with Gatsby (10 Part Series)

1) What is Gatsby? 2) Starting a New Gatsby Project 3 ... 8 3) Gatsby's Default Files and Folders 4) Writing HTML in a Gatsby Project 5) Adding Pages to a Gatsby Project 6) Wrapping Gatsby Pages in a Layout Component 7) Writing CSS in a Gatsby Project 8) Writing CSS-in-JS in a Gatsby Project 9) Adding Content to a Gatsby Project 10) Using GraphQL with Gatsby

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