Jemima Daisy

A lightweight Nuxt theme to build a Markdown driven website, based on Nuxt Content, TailwindCSS and Iconify


  • Write pages in Markdown
  • Use layouts in Markdown pages
  • Enjoy meta tag generation
  • Generated navigation from pages
  • Leverage TailwindCSS Typography
  • Switch between light & dark mode
  • Access 100,000 icons from 100+ icon sets
  • Highlight code blocks with Shiki
  • Create Vue components and use them in Markdown
  • Deploy on any Node or Static hosting: GH Pages, Vercel, Netlify, Heroku, etc.
  • Live edit on Nuxt Studio


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Open a terminal and run the following command:

npx nuxi init -t themes/content-wind my-website

Follow the instructions in the terminal and you are ready to go 🚀


This template has some built-in features to make it as easy as possible to create a content-driven website.


Create your Markdown pages in the content/ directory:

# My title

This first paragraph will be treated as the page meta description.

You can overwrite meta tags by using front-matter:

title: 'Custom title'
description: 'Custom meta description'
image: 'Custom image injected as `og:image`'

# My title

This first paragraph will be treated as the page meta description.

This is done thanks to Nuxt Content's document-driven mode of Nuxt Content.

The navigation is generated from your pages, you can take a look at the <AppNavbar> component to see how it works.

It uses the Navigation from Nuxt Content to fetch the navigation object.

To customize the title displayed in the navigation, you can set the navigation.title property in the front-matter of your pages:

navigation.title: 'Home'

# Welcome to my site

With a beautiful description

Theme configuration

You can configure Content Wind global configuration in the app.config.ts file:

interface AppConfigInput {
  cover?: string, // default: '/cover.jpg'
  socials?: {
    twitter?: string
    github?: string
    mastodon?: string

Example of settings Twitter and GitHub icons in the navbar:

export default defineAppConfig({
  socials: {
    twitter: 'Atinux',
    github: 'Atinux/content-wind'
    mastodon: ''


Use any icon from with the <Icon> component:

<Icon name="ph:music-notes-fill" />

You can also use it in your Markdown:


Will result in

Learn more on nuxt-icon documentation.

Code Highlight

It supports code highlighting with Shiki and as well as different VS Code themes.

export default () => 'Hello Content Wind'

Will result in:

export default () => 'Hello Content Wind'

Updating the theme is as simple as editing your nuxt.config:

import { defineNuxtConfig } from 'nuxt'

export default defineNuxtConfig({
  content: {
    highlight: {
      theme: 'one-dark-pro',

Learn more in the Content Code Highlight section.

Vue Components

Add Vue components into the components/content/ directory and start using them in Markdown.

See the <MarkdownBlock> component in components/content/MarkdownBlock.vue.

By leveraging the <ContentSlot> component from Nuxt Content, you can use both slots and props in Markdown thanks to the MDC syntax.


Deploy with Vercel Deploy to Netlify

Static Hosting

Pre-render the website to be deployed on any static hosting:

npm run generate

The dist/ directory is ready to be deployed (symlink to .output/public), learn more on Nuxt docs.

Node server

Build the application for production:

npm run build

Start the server in production:

node .output/server/index.mjs

Learn more on Nuxt docs for more information.

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Thanks for reading and happy writing, Atinux.