To set the context, I built my website at prof.amer.github.io using Jekyll and Minimal Mistakes. I followed the instruction on https://mmistakes.github.io/minimal-mistakes/docs/collections/ to set up the collection for my websites, resulting in five different collections, where each collection in the future will have their own contents. The collection can be found here; https://prof-amer.github.io/quick-start-guide/
Now, I want to paginate each content in each collection on a page, all together. It’s kinda exactly like the “Recent Post” thing where;
but instead of posts, it is pages, since the collections are using pages instead posts https://mmistakes.github.io/minimal-mistakes/docs/pages/. I want them to be displayed in accordance with their dates so that visitors can see the most recent to the most old pages in each collection. I know there’s an option for jekyll-paginator-v2, but I couldn’t just figured to do it using that. I did try, but the result was;
which is nothing like the one I showed earlier(the recent posts). I’m kinda stuck, so will greatly appreciated if someone that is fluent in this language can guide me.
Thank you in advance.