Hello, first to post here and new in hugo.
I’m trying to migrate from middleman to hugo for my new project.
Just wonder, is there any ways i don’t need to specify markdown on different language on every page?
Indeed it adds much duplicates in my case, which our sites is indeed more in statistical & chart displayed, which we prefer to load the translated content thro i18n functions in .ace template, rather than specifying 10+ language .md files on each page.
We found that when we specified only one .md for the default language, only that particular languages will be built but other languages HTML will not be built indeed.
i.e. we specify contact.md
• then /contact & en/contact will have the page.
• while ja/contact, fr/contact will give a 404.
In user perspectives that is confusing and make the site easily have a broken page if many languages have to handle.
So… any ways we can only specify a default markdown. If a markdown of a particular language is missing, content will be loaded from the default markdown instead?