don’t shoot you in the back
layout = newwinner
in frontmatter can do the trick.
create the new list template newwinner.html and put it in
section stands for your section name …
Thank you so much for your response! haha yes, I was thinking something similar after spending 2 days trying to figure this out. Yes, this sounds like the more painless way. (to create a template within layouts)
My plan was to create a new taxonomy in the admin/config and instead of having newwinner as a tag, I can add it as a new taxonomy in my blog.md.
title: ‘Todays New Winners’ date: Wed, 20 Aug 2020 18:00:53 +0000 draft: false tags: [‘First’] winners: "new winners"
If I kept it as a tag, I’m still confused how I could call for the template within layouts/blog/newwinner.html, if it was a tag i.e. tags: [‘New Winners’, ‘First’]. How do I actually get that template to work?
I’m assuming you’re suggesting this within my frontmatter? Will everything that is tag “new winner” have a new list page?
title: ‘Todays New Winners’ date: Wed, 20 Aug 2020 18:00:53 +0000 draft: false tags: [‘First’] winners: "new winners" layout: newwinner Thanks for your help
newwinner.html is a single page.
Hugo will create the taxonomy directory /winners , you can create a special list template in layouts/winners
don’t forget to activate winners as taxonomy in config.
Compare it with my sample site https://github.com/gj52/HugoSample
I have special templates for tags and series.