More newbie questions. I want to be able organize my pages like this
example.com/en/ - show english 'welcome' page (no index) example.com/en/about/ - show about page example.com/en/published/ - references example.com/se/ - show swedish 'welcome' page (no index) example.com/se/om/ - show about page example.com/blog/2017/06/10/ex1 example.com/blog/2017/06/11/ex2
But I don’t know how to organize the pages and configure Hugo. I would appreciate if someone could give me some hints of how to do this. I’ve tried creating something like this
content + | +-- en + | | | +- index.md | +- about.md | +- published.md | +-- se + | | | +- index.md | +- om.md | +-blog + | + 2017 + | + 06 + | + ex1.md + ex2.md
and then in the preferences
[permalinks] blog = "/blog/:year/:month/:day/:slug/"
which seem to work for the blog entries. But on the front page ‘example.com’ I also get items from the ‘en’ and ‘se’ folders.
How do I tell Hugo not to add items from ‘en’ and ‘se’ to the general entry index?
How do I tell Hugo not to create indexes for ‘en’ and ‘se’, but instead use the content of the index.md files?
I’m sorry if this is covered in the docs, I tried figure out how to do it reading the docs but I’ve probably missed something.