hello Astro

Hello Astro is a full featured corporate/marketing/blog starter theme written in Typescript, TailwindCSS and Astro. It supports Markdown and MDX based pages and blog posts (including math and diagrams), plus full text search on blog pages.

It has full SEO support for Facebook (Open Graph) tags, Twitter Cards and Schema/JSON-LD metadata. It also features fully auto generated RSS feed and sitemap for search engine indexing.



Comprehensive Astro Starter

This is a good starting point for a corporate/marketing or blog website, including support for MDX and SEO.

Easy to Create Content

Create pages and blog posts using MDX (Markdown with Javascript components). Includes support for math equations (KaTeX) and diagrams (mermaid, plantuml and markmap)

Customisable Design

Built using the TailwindCSS ecosystem (including HeroIcons and Hero Patterns). Very easy to customise and change design. Template illustrations by unDraw.

SEO Ready

Full support for Facebook (Open Graph), Twitter Cards, Schema/JSON-LD metadata. Automatically generated robots.txt, RSS feed and sitemap.

Blazing Performance

Achieve great web vitals scores. Static site using Jamstack architecture. Built using Astro and Typescript for ultimate performance and type safety.

Find Out More

Astro logo


Build faster websites with less client-side Javascript

TailwindCSS drawing


A utility-first CSS framework that can be composed to build any design, directly in your markup

Core Web


The core building blocks of the web

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List of features to be considered for future versions of this starter.

Read more Roadmap
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How to Use


Some suggestions for how to use this starter.

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Mind Map Diagram


MDX post illustrating the use of Markmap component to generate mind map diagrams.

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PlantUML Diagrams


Generate PlantUML diagrams in blog posts.

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Math Equations


Display math equations in blog posts!

Ready to give it a try? Use the starter on Github today.