The headless bundle is not the solution, either. Hugo does not to give the level of granular control I’m imagining in my head. Which is not a problem. I’ll just delete the index files by hand when I build the site.
Thanks for the input, @zberwaldt,@zwbetz, @bep, and @maiki
you’re, welcome @zberwaldt
I appreciate the help, but It’s my bad for giving poor information.
If I use @bep’s solution. Most of my content does not get generated. I do want my section pages and my home page.
If I switch all the
_index.md I still get index.html per bundle.
This is the part I should have done a better job at:
I have a section of publications. I have organized them into by year published like so:
... so on and so forth
|_ /2017/ #yada yada yada
My line of thinking was I’d have a master index page of all the years I have publications, which would go to another index page of all the publications of that year.
Each entry on a page would be all the relevant info of a particular publication, plus a download link for the pdf. But no dedicated page for any given publication.
Should I have instead moved all the publications to the front-matter of the parent list page?
- name: research-of-robots
authors: ['Dave', 'Doug']
at the very least, it would simplify my directory tree.
Also, would converting my publications to headless bundles work? That seems close to what I am looking for.