Scaffold folder. When you create a new post, Hexo bases the new file on the scaffold.
Source folder. This is where you put your site’s content. Hexo ignores hidden files and files or folders whose names are prefixed with _ (underscore) - except the _posts folder. Renderable files (e.g. Markdown, HTML) will be processed and put into the public folder, while other files will simply be copied.
Theme folder. Hexo generates a static website by combining the site contents with the theme.
Creates a new article. If no layout is provided, Hexo will use the default_layout from _config.yml. If the title contains spaces, surround it with quotation marks.
Generates static files.
Publishes a draft.
Starts a local server. By default, this is at http://localhost:4000/.
Deploys your website.
Migrates content from other blog systems.
Cleans the cache file (db.json) and generated files (public).
Lists all routes.
Displays version information.
Uses a custom config file (instead of _config.yml).
Displays draft posts (stored in the source/_drafts folder).
Customizes the path of current working directory.