I work with Hugo for a small year now. I’ve read many docs and learned alot!
At this moment I’m in production of a multilingual website where there seems to be missing/off with the way I configured it or how Hugo parses the static pages.
If I run
hugo —ignoreCache —verbose —debug it sometimes creates content in a page and sometimes it doesn’t.
My folder structure
content - dutch - about about.md - english - about about.md
Both .md files include a
url = "" in the Front-matter
url = "/nl/over-ons/"
url = "/en/about/"
Building this as a static page with
hugo sometimes generates a
/en/about/ page with my content in the
<main> element, including header and footer on the page.
But sometimes it generates only a
<footer> with an empty
This is not the case with the
With all the different pages in this website (also multilingual) nothing seems to be incorrect.
title = "My theme name" theme = "themename" baseURL = "/" defaultContentLanguageInSubdir = true defaultContentLanguage = "nl" languageCode = "nl-NL" MetaDataFormat = "toml" enableRobotsTXT = true [params] nl_description = "A dutch description." en_description = "A english description." [sitemap] changefreq = "monthly" filename = "sitemap.xml" priority = 0.5 [languages] [languages.nl] contentDir = "content/dutch" staticDir = "static" languageName = "Nederlands" weight = 20 [languages.en] contentDir = "content/english" staticDir = "static" languageName = "English" weight = 10 [blackfriday] extensionsmask = ["autoHeaderIds"]
I’m hoping something is off in my configuration and someone could point this out.
Also I hope I’ve given enough information, if not please let me know.
Below my current Hugo environment.
Hugo Static Site Generator v0.55.6-A5D4C82D2/extended darwin/amd64 BuildDate: 2019-05-18T08:06:24Z GOOS="darwin" GOARCH="amd64" GOVERSION="go1.12.2"
Thanks in advance!