The ActivityStreams module for Hugo should work with image attachments too. This is a test post to see how they are displayed on Mastodon.
But I want to take the opportunity to introduce my readers to Unsplash, where you can find many nice photos for free use. Like this picture from NASA.
Mastodon doesn’t support “Article” posts and only shows the summary from them. But not only that, it doesn’t seem to unescape escaped HTML and that’s why articles from my blog looked so weird on Mastodon, while they worked fine on Pleroma and Microblog.pub. I now fixed the escaping. My Hugo module for ActivityStreams representation is available on Codeberg.
You’re right, I just took another look at the specs and corrected the template and added the “mediaType” attribute and set it to HTML. Now microblog.pub shows the summary correctly (even with rendered HTML), Pleroma shows the content correctly (without markup), but Mastodon shows the raw HTML code of the summary. 🤔
I promised and people already asked, so here is the first part of the documentation about how I enabled ActivityPub support on my Hugo-based blog:
The first step to enable ActivityPub support, was to get Hugo to generate ActivityStreams representations for posts and the ActivityPub actor. I did this by adding a custom output format and published the code as a Hugo module on Codeberg. See the README file there to learn about how to use it.