Hi. Is there a way utilising a CLI command for a partials archetype data be appended to a pages frontmatter? Usage case being I am using dynamic partials on a page and want it to be a bit easier for someone adding a particular partial to a page to be able to just run the command for the partial they want to add instead of copying and pasting the required parameters
[[main]] name = "About" pageRef= "partials/home/profile.html" weight = 40
I setting like that, it doesn’t work, what is the right way to do that ? so confused.. 🤔
newb question - I want to have a simple markdown landing page. How do I do it? if I put an index.md or an _index.md in content/, I get issues with either sidebar links missing, or content doesn't appear. I have a simple file for layouts/index.html that I copied from this page https://gohugo.io/templates/homepage/
sorry, wrong channel
Hello everyone! Glad to join you!Newbie to hugo, yet fascinated so far! Ι'm curious to figure out how to build an in-app help center with Hugo for an Angular framework (headless CMS?)
You don't. A static website does not have dynamic components. GoHugo is a static website generator. Anything dynamic you want to add would have to be some form of JS-based script and that is not at all related to GoHugo.
Thank you @davidsneighbour. Perhaps a js script at header should make it visible during login to framework!
I just had to merge string translation files from e.g. about.en.yaml + contact.en.yaml => en.yaml since upgrading over 0.90
is there still some way to have strings split in several files per language?
Hi. I just got into hugo again and during my work I started using the image manipulation functions. While working with them I thought that they could be more usefull with some additions. Is there a interest in my contribution in that regard?
Specifically I would like to add conversion without resizing and a function like Fit that fills the remaining space so the image has the exact dimensions as given.
A nice to have would be to also allow svg as in input to the image pipeline
I would be willing to looking into implementing this if you want this.