I need a widget that will output
tags: one, two, three in the markdown header.
I thought the List widget would be the right one, but it outputs:
I then tried the simple String widget but it adds single quotes to enclose the string.
Any help would be appreciated.
The list widget doesn’t support
tags: one, two, three because it isn’t a valid array syntax (like
tags: [one, two, three]) in yaml. Therefore I don’t see the project supporting it in the future.
Same goes for the quotes around a string. The string is escaped with quotes because it contains special characters (the commas). It’s default yaml behavior, which the CMS follows.
You could create a build script that replaces the dashes and newlines of the yaml lists with commas if you want to use the list widgets UI.
Ok, thanks for the clarification. I can see why the project won’t support that in the future, but custom formatters might be an interesting idea. I see on GitHub that yaml, toml, and json formatters are already included.
Any way to do tags and keywords?
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Hey there @Almog. Without any other information e.g. name of framework your using, it’s hard to help you.
Thanks, I got everything working
That is great to hear, @Almog