In this tutorial, we'll guide you through the process of deploying your Zola site onto the Zeabur. Zeabur provides a seamless deployment experience, with automatic SSL certificates and global-edge network delivery. Let's get started!
Initialize a Git repository in your Zola project folder if you haven't already:
git add .
git commit -m "Initial commit"
Push your Zola project to GitHub:
git remote add origin <your-github-repo-url>
git branch -M main
git push -u origin main
<your-github-repo-url> with the URL of your GitHub repository.
Zeabur will automatically detect that you're deploying a Zola project and will handle the deployment process for you without any additional configuration needed.
To use a specific version of Zola, set
ZOLA_VERSION environment variable in project settings to a valid
release tag, for example
.zeabur.app subdomain or bind your own custom domain.
Congratulations! Your Zola site is now deployed and live, served through Zeabur's edge network.
You can now visit your website at the domain you've set up.