Debug hugo and content (Page and Site)

hugo 115.4

└── post
    ├── img
    │   ├── dx
    │   │   ├── ab.webp
    │   ├── z.png
{{ $imagePath := printf "%s" "img/dx/ab.webp" }}
{{- $img := resources.Get $imagePath -}}
{{ printf "%s" $img }}


{{ with $.Page.Resources.ByType "image" }}
  {{ range . }}
    {{ .RelPermalink }}
    {{ printf "%s" .RelPermalink  }}
  {{ end }}
{{ end }}

and or

{{ with $.Page.Resources.GetMatch "**/ab.*" }}
  {{ printf "%s ," .RelPermalink  }}
{{ else }}
{{ end }}
  • nothing is printed

{{ printf "%#v" $.Site }}
{{ printf "%#v" $.Page }}
&hugolib.pageForShortcode{PageWithoutContent:(*hugolib.pageState)(0xc00620d710), TableOfContentsProvider:(*hugolib.pageState)(0xc00620d710), ContentProvider:(*page.nopPage)(0xc000054910), toc:"

* [abc](http://localhost:1313/ab/#abc)

", p:(*hugolib.pageState)(0xc00620d710)}

{{ with $page.Resources.GetMatch }}
  {{ printf "%s ," .RelPermalink  }}
{{ else }}
{{ end }}
  • parse failed undefined variable “$page”

How to get the page images shown/ accessible?

How to get access to the images in assets?

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Hello Joe,
I will try to create it again as a minimal example … but that takes some time

some more context:

  • the markdown/figure is used in a file (not a if that would make a difference?)
  • the code is executed within a figure.html / shortcode (which is all the same like the default figure shortcode
  • but tries to get a image by {{- $img := .Page.Resources.GetMatch (.Get "src") -}} at the top to get information like $img.Height and being able to do $img.Resize )

Without the Resources functionality the shortcode works like expected
(- but it uses the figure attributes, only)

What I noticed is that within the shortcode there seems to be no access to the page resources/context/content

  • how to passthru the page context into the figure shortcode?

I still can’t answer your question. Feel free to share your existing repository, privately if you wish.