I noticed a request for http://mylocalsite/2014/07/27/sunday-ot-wolfenstein-the-new-order failed because my URL slug was upper case (“Sunday-OT-etcetc”). When I tested with the static output, my web server had no issue with the case difference. Is there a way to tell Hugo to not be case-sensitive?
As an FYI, my file’s case is correct. The URL in the front matter is correct. It is the link from the article list that is incorrect (all lower case).
In your config, set
Jeeze - I didn’t even see that - thank you - testing now!
Boom - thank you - not to get weird - but I love you. This was - probably - the last thing I needed to fix in a huge site conversion.
Thank you. This fixed the URL case sensitivity issue after upgrading to Hugo 0.30.2 which broke all my permalinks. This setting fixed it. Very helpful.