Hi all, looking for some advice please.
I’ve done a lot of searching and want to ascertain the best way of achieving the below. My project is on the dev-jekyll branch here:
I have a project here which features blog posts and a single collection, Events. I plan to have categories enabled on both, and be able to link to a page that lists items within each category (and filtered by type).
For example, events/mobile/ and blog/mobile/ would list different content.
I’m new to jekyll (and enjoying it so far) but more experienced in WordPress. This would be very easy in WP, but seems challenging to do this in Jekyll automatically. (I am building the site for a client, so this needs to be very easy to manage, and manually creating category pages has more scope for error.)
Using jekyll-archive I have this working for blog but understand this doesn’t work for collections.
As I also need to add pagination, I was looking at the Autopages feature of jekyll-paginate-v2, but I’m finding the documentation confusing.
Does this plugin create archive pages per category or simply paginate them?
From what I read, the plugin should solve my problem but it looks like it’s unsupported on Jekyll 4 (which I’m currently running).
Any advice would be really appreciated.