Today I learned:
Hiding Categories from Paginator
According to the Jekyll docs, the
jekyll-paginator plugin does not support categories or tags. That means there is no way to exclude a category as a whole. You can only exclude posts individually by including
hidden: true in each post’s YAML front-matter.
I’m hiding all of my TIL posts from the front page of my site, so I did a global find and replace to accomplish it.
Mirror of If statement in Liquid
Liquid has a neat concept that is the inverse of an If statement. It executes if a condition is not met.
mysqli() function I wrote about yesterday, here is how to insert something into a table:
Make sure your variables are sanitized first! You don’t want someone doing a SQL injection.
Eric Davis told me that
mysqli() is the old way of doing things and I should check out PDO instead.
2 responses to “Hiding Categories from the Jekyll Paginator, Unless, and Insert statements”
Using hidden:true hides the post from category pages using Jekyll-Paginate-v2.
Sorry. I mean using this method affects the number of posts shown per page.