I’m doing a blog where the file structure is:
In each of the yyyy/mm folders, I have an
_index.md file that looks like this:
+++ title = "March 2008" sort_by = "date" transparent = true +++
The goal is that I could have next/previous links that allow you to navigate through the blog regardless of date.
What happens in practice is that some of the next/previous links appear as intended and others do not. It appears that the month (folder) boundaries are the point where it breaks, but even then it’s inconsistent.
I’ve often encountered the situation where page A (2008/03/05-blah.md) will have a next link to page B (2008/04/10-foo.md), but then page B will not have the corresponding previous link to page A.
This feels like a bug, but if I’m misusing Zola in some way, I’d be happy to receive feedback on how to accomplish what I’m trying to do.
I’m also a Rust-capable dev, so if there’s agreement that this is a bug, I can dig in a bit and try to submit a fix.