There are several conditions that can produce errors in your published site which are not detected during the build. Run this audit before your final build.
HUGO_MINIFY_TDEWOLFF_HTML_KEEPCOMMENTS=true HUGO_ENABLEMISSINGTRANSLATIONPLACEHOLDERS=true hugo && grep -inorE "<\!-- raw HTML omitted -->|ZgotmplZ|\[i18n\]|\(<nil>\)|(<nil>)|hahahugo" public/
Tested with GNU Bash 5.1 and GNU grep 3.7.
Retain HTML comments even if minification is enabled. This takes precedence over minify.tdewolff.html.keepComments in the site configuration. If you minify without keeping HTML comments when performing this audit, you will not be able to detect when raw HTML has been omitted.
Show a placeholder instead of the default value or an empty string if a translation is missing. This takes precedence over enableMissingTranslationPlaceholders in the site configuration.
Ignore case distinctions in patterns and input data, so that characters that differ only in case match each other.
Prefix each line of output with the 1-based line number within its input file.
Print only the matched (non-empty) parts of a matching line, with each such part on a separate output line.
Read all files under each directory, recursively, following symbolic links only if they are on the command line.
Interpret PATTERNS as extended regular expressions.
<!-- raw HTML omitted -->
By default, Hugo strips raw HTML from your markdown prior to rendering, and leaves this HTML comment in its place.
ZgotmplZ is a special value that indicates that unsafe content reached a CSS or URL context at runtime. See details.
This is the placeholder produced instead of the default value or an empty string if a translation is missing.
This string will appear in the rendered HTML when passing a nil value to the printf function.
Same as above when the value returned from the printf function has not been passed through safeHTML.
Under certain conditions a rendered shortcode may include all or a portion of the string HAHAHUGOSHORTCODE in either uppercase or lowercase. This is difficult to detect in all circumstances, but a case-insensitive search of the output for HAHAHUGO is likely to catch the majority of cases without producing false positives.