I am new to Jekyll and am currently following along with the step by step tutorial to get acquainted with the stack.
My issue is that my blog html files which are generated to the
_site directory end up in nested folders. The folders correspond with the date format required for the blog post markdown files.
Here is a visual of the file structure as it is now (only including relevant directories and files):
root/ |____ _posts/ | 2019-04-16-post-01.md | 2019-04-16-post-02.md |____ _site/ |__________2019/ |______________04/ |________________16/ | post-01.html | post-02.html |__________ assets/ | css/ | styles.css | |__________ blog.html |__________ index.html |
This means that the css file path which all html is using is incorrect for the blog posts. The path would have to be
Can anyone shed some light on why Jekyll generates the blog files nested like this and what the resolution may be?