<meta name="generator" content="Hugo 0.36" />
/post/ directory has
<meta name="generator" content="Hugo 0.32.4" />
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I guess is ‘normal’ to have it, as long as different versions generated it, but I would expect root to take over, but it didn’t
What’s the point then to have
hugo -t <theme> --buildDrafts
I don’t know the language, but isn’t it possible to have an if else construct to show an error when a site is generated, with a different hugo version?
I don’t see mismatched versions on your site. I am guessing it was a caching issue, possibly in your browser.
I see the version mismatch. I would suggest you delete
public and do a new build, and I think it should be clearer what’s happenin.g
Maiki. I can’t see mismatched versions. What hugo version do you see?
Just do as Bjørn suggests:
It is obviously a caching issue, and those are easy to fix; just clear all the caches. The Hugo version doesn’t really matter, as long as your content is showing correctly. So if you don’t see a mismatch, please consider it fixed and move along.
thank you @bep
So you are saying that it should go through
I’m only saying this, because the last time I had to remove the repository altogether and start from scratch again
@maiki easy to fix ? is there a magic wand that you use and I’m unaware of ? please, share your knowledge.
So your are saying keep using an outdated version, as long as the content is showing, that’s what you recommend to anyone who has the similar issue.
@maiki I misspelled the above post , it should have been I can see mismatched versions
I’m going to close this thread now. I gave you some advice. Please try that if you want. I know what I’m talking about. I’m probably the person in the world who knows most about Hugo.