Legacy Tezos.com

NOTE: [DEPRECATED] The Tezos.com website has been redesigned and redeployed, and therefore this repository has been deprecated and archived. Please visit Tezos.com to see the new look + feel and reach out if there are any suggestions.

This website is built using Docusaurus 2, a modern static website generator.


npm install

Local Development

npm start

This command starts a local development server and open up a browser window. Most changes are reflected live without having to restart the server.


To contribute to this repository, please fork the repo, make your changes, and submit a PR to the main branch.

Help Translate

If you would like to help improve our translations, please see the following directories:


The .md, .mdx and .json files therein contain all page content.

The Jobs and Tezos Updates sections have a different workflow: see below.

Update Jobs and Tezos Updates sections

Job listings and news updates are obtained from the Marketing department in Google Sheets. These are downloaded as jobs-<locale>.tsv and updates-<locale>.tsv. Once updated files have been added to src/data/tsv/jobs and src/data/tsv/updates, respectively, from the command line:

npm run updates

This parses the .tsv files into .json with the same name, located at src/data/jobs and src/data/updates, which are then imported into the appropriate modules. To update these separately, from the command line:

npm run update-jobs
npm run update-updates

Build / Localization

npm run build

This command generates static content into the build directory and can be served using any static contents hosting service.

In order to see localized versions of the site, after running npm run build, run the following:

npm run serve


GIT_USER=<Your GitHub username> USE_SSH=true yarn deploy

If you are using GitHub pages for hosting, this command is a convenient way to build the website and push to the gh-pages branch.


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