/ Static Homepage

A very simple static homepage for your server

A very simple static homepage for your server


A dead simple static HOMepage for your servER to keep your services on hand, from a simple yaml configuration file.

If you need authentication support, you're on your own (it can be secured using a web server auth module or exposing it only through a VPN network / SSH tunnel, ...)

How to build / install it? Where is the webpack config?
There is no build system (😱), use it like that! It'meant to be stupid simple & zero maintenance required. just copy the static files somewhere, and visit the index.html.


Title, icons, links, colors, and services can be configured in the config.yml file, using yaml format.

# Homepage configuration
# See https://fontawesome.com/icons for icons options

title: "Simple homepage"
subtitle: "Homer"
logo: "assets/homer.png"
# Alternatively a fa icon can be provided:
# icon: "fas fa-skull-crossbones"

# Optional message
  # url: "https://<my-api-endpoint>" # Can fetch information from an endpoint to override value below.
  style: "is-warning"
  title: "Optional message!"
  content: "Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit. Pellentesque risus mi, tempus quis placerat ut, porta nec nulla. Vestibulum rhoncus ac ex sit amet fringilla. Nullam gravida purus diam, et dictum felis venenatis efficitur. Aenean ac eleifend lacus, in mollis lectus. Donec sodales, arcu et sollicitudin porttitor, tortor urna tempor ligula."

# Optional navbar
  - name: "ansible"
    icon: "fa-github"
    url: "https://github.com/xxxxx/ansible/"
    target: '_blank' # optionnal html a tag target attribute
  - name: "Wiki"
    icon: "fa-book"
    url: "https://wiki.xxxxxx.com/"

# Services
# First level array represent a group.
# Leave only a "items" key if not using group (group name, icon & tagstyle are optional, section separation will not be displayed).
  - name: "DevOps"
    icon: "fa-code-fork"
      - name: "Jenkins"
        logo: "/assets/tools/jenkins.png"
        # Alternatively a fa icon can be provided:
        # icon: "fab fa-jenkins"
        subtitle: "Continuous integration server"
        tag: "CI"
        url: "#"
        target: '_blank' # optionnal html a tag target attribute
      - name: "RabbitMQ Management"
        logo: "/assets/tools/rabbitmq.png"
        subtitle: "Manage & monitor RabbitMQ server"
        tag: "haproxy"
        # Optional tagstyle
        tagstyle: "is-success"
        url: "#"
  - name: "Monitoring"
    icon: "fa-heartbeat"
      - name: "M/Monit"
        logo: "/assets/tools/monit.png"
        subtitle: "Monitor & manage all monit enabled hosts"
        tag: "monit"
        url: "#"
      - name: "Grafana"
        logo: "/assets/tools/grafana.png"
        subtitle: "Metric analytics & dashboards"
        url: "#"
      - name: "Kibana"
        logo: "/assets/tools/elastic.png"
        subtitle: "Explore & visualize logs"
        tag: "elk"
        url: "#"
      - name: "Website monitoring"
        logo: "/assets/tools/pingdom.png"
        subtitle: "Pingdom public reports overview"
        tag: "CI"
        url: "#"

If you choose to fetch message information from an endpoint, the output format should be:

	"style": null,
	"title": "Lorem ipsum 42",
	"content": "LA LA LA Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, ....."

null value or missing keys will be ignored and value from the config.yml will be used if available.
Empty values (either in config.yml or the endpoint data) will hide the element (ex: set "title": "" to hide the title bar)




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