Finding 11ty plugins
The first is the official 11ty website. Alongside information on creating and using plugins, 11ty.dev/docs/plugins contains a list of official and community-contributed plugins. While many are listed here, not all community-created plugins are listed.
In an effort to create a centralized, open source repository, I also created a space for plugins to be found: plug11ty.com. Unfortunately, due to the large number of 11ty plugins that have been made, this also isn’t a full list.
Luckily, by their nature, 11ty plugins are npm packages. That means by searching npmjs.com, you can find any 11ty plugin. By convention, most plugin names begin with the
eleventy-plugin- string to make searching easier. Both of the plugins we need can be found by searching on the npm site.
For our podcast site, we need two plugins: