Strange behavior, (maybe ?) not a bug but could interest you

Something funny happened, an issue solved now but still puzzling as I can still reproduce the behavior. Maybe that feedback could be of interest to developers. I am not sure if you guys would consider this a bug or just a counter-intuitive behavior :thinking:

I had a shortcode with this:

<figure class=“aside”>
{{ .Inner | markdownify }}

and it used to work. then I needed a render-image.html specific to the homepage so I added “type: home” added to its frontmatter and made it, fine, but too fine: it created that error on a template not used at all on the homepage but in other pages:": failed to render shortcode “ff”: failed to process shortcode: “ff.html:2:12”: execute of template failed at : error calling markdownify: “/home/drm/WEBSITE/content/”: “/home/drm/WEBSITE/themes/hugo-book/layouts/home/_markup/render-image.html:17:13”: execute of template failed at <$img.Width>: error calling Width: this method is only available for image resources

I substitute the .Page.RenderString method to the obsolete markdownify and now it’s fine. I’m probably missing key differences between those functions/methods, but I wonder, why did it complain now and mentioned the homepage which doesn’t use this shortcode ?!
It mentioned:

title: Purpose of this website


{{ if gt $img.Width 1540 }}

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