Pages can contain arbitrary data. In Markdown files, the data is defined in the front matter block, a block delimited by two triple-dashed lines containing YAML code. Let's see an example:
title: This is the front matter url: custom-url.html # This is the page content Here you can write Markdown content
In this example, the frontmatter contains two variables:
title, that can be
used as the page title, and
url, a variable to customize the output file name
of the page. Below the front matter you can write the Markdown with the page
There are some special variables that lume can understand:
url: Contains the public URL of the page, useful to create links and configure the output filename. If it doesn't exist, it's generated automatically by lume.
date: By default it's the file creation date but you can override with this variable (or prepending it to the filename). This value is used to sort the pages in a list.
layout: To define the layout that is used to render the page. See Layouts
draft: To ignore pages in production environment, but the page is visible during development (execute
lume --devto run in development environment).
tags: Tags are used to group pages. See Tags
templateEngine: To override the template engine used to render the page. See Template engines
url: /welcome.html date: 2021-01-01 layout: layouts/post.njk draft: true tags: post