As explained in the Configuration part, you need at least one language, useful for the
lang attribute for example.
If our configuration is like the following:
base: https://ehret.me title: My site languages: - en - fr
- In english (here,
en, the first language of the list): filenames will be like
about.md(no mention about the language in the filename).
- In other language (here,
fr): filenames will be like
- Filenames ending with a non defined language will given the default language; in our example,
- If you have one language: everything will start the root of the
feed.xmlfile will be created in that folder.
- If you have multiple languages: each language will start in the
public/<language>/folder. A default
index.htmlfile will be at the root of the
publicfolder, redirecting to the default language. A
feed.xmlfile will be created for each language.
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