A few sections on my site run entirely off date-title files (e.g.
2020-09-28-<date_rendered>.md), as blogs of a sort. (
<date_rendered> is date in a more human-readable format, e.g.
sep-28-2020.) These files receive automatic
date attributes within Zola because they start with a formatted date.
What I was wondering is: would it be possible to also add automatic
title attributes from the files’ dates if their TOML contains none? Ultimately, the file I made an example out of will be available as
/<date_rendered>/ (or, in this case, as
/sep-28-2020/). The “blogs” require no title, except in page title, to let the user know where they are.
Ideally, I’d have the entry page have title to be formatted after deslugified
<date_rendered> (“Sep 28, 2020”), without including
<date_rendered> in the file name.
In other words, ideally, unless those two attributes have been specified, I’d have the file
2020-09-28.md produce a page that can be accessed via
/2020-09-28/ and has the title of “Sep 28, 2020”.
Is that feasible? possible? Could this possibly be set up on my end, without having to dig into Zola’s engine?