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My (custom) [front-matter] for a new section/post looks something like this:
title = "" description = "" # Whether to sort pages by "date", "weight", or "none". I alphabetize, so # "none" works here and the templates take care of it. # sort_by = "none" # Template to use to render this section page # template = "section.html" # Apply the given template to ALL pages below the section, recursively. # If you have several nested sections each with a page_template set, the page # will always use the closest to itself. # However, a page own `template` variable will always have priority. # Not set by default # page_template = # How many pages to be displayed per paginated page. # No pagination will happen if this isn't set or if the value is 0 # paginate_by = 0 # If set, will be the path used by paginated page and the page number will be appended after it. # For example the default would be page/1 # paginate_path = "page" # Whether to insert a link for each header like the ones you can see in this site if you hover one # The default template can be overridden by creating a `anchor-link.html` in the `templates` directory # Options are "left", "right" and "none" # insert_anchor_links = "none" # Whether the section pages should be in the search index. This is only used if # `build_search_index` is set to true in the config in_search_index = true # Whether to render that section homepage or not. # Useful when the section is only there to organize things but is not meant # to be used directly # render = true # Whether to redirect when landing on that section. Defaults to not being set. # Useful for the same reason as `render` but when you don't want a 404 when # landing on the root section page. # Example: redirect_to = "documentation/content/overview" # redirect_to = "" # Whether the section should pass its pages on to the parent section. Defaults to `false`. # Useful when the section shouldn't split up the parent section, like # sections for each year under a posts section. # transparent = false # Use aliases if you are moving content but want to redirect previous URLs to the # current one. This takes an array of path, not URLs. # aliases =  # Used by the parent section to order its subsections. # Lower values have priority. # weight = 0 # Your own data [extra]