How to create a new article?
To write a new article, create a new Markdown file next to the existing files in the section that you want to put your article in. So, if for example you want to create an article called "Keeping your repo clean with .gitignore" in the "Working with Git Repositories" section, put a new file called for example
gitignore.md into the
content/git directory. Please adhere to the file naming conventions.
Then, add the
eleventyNavigation header to your newly created file. That header contains information about the article's place in the structure of the site.
It can look like this:
title: What is Codeberg?
Every section and article has a unique
parent is set to the
key of another section, the current article will become a child of that other section.
The other fields are
titleis merely a display name and determines the menu entry label as well as the article's heading but has no other "technical" semantics and
orderis a number that can be used to enforce a specific order of articles (which is good for step-by-step guides such as Getting Started for example).
So to create a new article, find the
key of your desired parent section in its Markdown source code and use it as the
parent for your new article.
After the header is in place, you can now start writing your article in Markdown. It is recommended to add a blank line after the header's trailing three dashes.
Please do not repeat the article's title as a first-level heading in Markdown. It will added automatically when generating the final site.
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