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I’m trying to use tags to help users find the content they’re seeking. However, capitalization matters with the tags I’m using. Let’s say I have two tags: aA and Aa. In my config, preserveTaxonomyNames is set to true.
When I go to /tags/, it shows me two distinct tags:
Yet each of these tags links to /tags/aa/, and when I click on either link, it takes me to the results page for Aa, completely disregarding the results for aA.
How can I configure things so that each tag leads to the correct set of results?
EDIT: Found my answer!
true enabled hugo to use upper- and lower-case tags distinctly.
EDIT 2: After fixing the problem so that the site worked perfectly with
hugo serve -D, I deployed the generated site, only to discover that the deployed files were missing certain elements. After careful research, I discovered that the default Mac filesystem (I’m using OSX) is case-insensitive. So if you create directory Aa, then try to create directory aA, it fails. For this reason, I will have to create a case-sensitive disk image in which to work, so as to properly maintain case sensitivity. I figured I’d add this information in this post, in case someone else had the same issue.