Simple changes, like fixing typos can be done directly in the GitHub file editor. However, for more significant changes, it is necessary to fork the repository and work on it locally on your computer. This way, you will be able to preview the changes in real-time before submitting them. It allows you to make sure that your contributions align with the goals and formatting of the project.
Creating your local copy of the site
Make sure that you have Node.js installed.
Once you've forked and cloned the repo, run following commands:
To start a site in the default locale (English):
To start a site in an other locale, for example Polish (notice the double dash in between):
npm start -- --locale pl
Visual Studio Code setup
If you use VS Code, copy the folder named
.vscode-template and rename it to
It contains useful snippets and a configuration for an addon, that you might want to use: