I’m climbing the learning curve of Hugo and have installed and examined a lot of themes and am now (after about 6 months) trying to convert an HTML Bootstrap template to Hugo. I’ve learned the basics of git, and am using NPM to install packages and run scripts. So I feel a BIT less like a newbie these days. Currently running Hugo v0.98.0+extended on Windows. But I’ve been pounding my head this morning on this one (that happens for both local development and building:
error calling partial: execute of template failed: html/template:partials/head.html: "\"" in attribute name: "\" "
I’ve searched Discourse and found where answers were given that sound applicable: https://discourse.gohugo.io/t/stuck-trying-to-debug-error/14301
Post a link to your git repo so that we can help you troubleshoot this.
My hunch is that there is a
/should be, but that’s just a guess.
Well, that was my guess also, but using Notepad++ to search the entire project I can’t find anything. Is it possible this is related to an invisible linebreak character? I did get this warning when doing my
git add --all:
warning: CRLF will be replaced by LF in postcss.config.js. The file will have its original line endings in your working directory
That warning was on every file I added.
Not sure if that is relevant. I did make the repository Public, if anyone has any ideas:
Thanks in advance for any assistance!