Markdown File Header

Phillip Haydon edited this page Apr 6, 2014 · 7 revisions

Headers are defined at the top of a Markdown file starting with --- and ending with ---. The dashes must be exactly three, no more no less.

Properties/Values are defined by left/right arguments separated by a :, while nested properties/values start on the following line prefixed with a space or tab.

Example 1

---
layout: post
category: Azure
title: Setting up Mono on nginx
series:
    name: azure-nginx
    index: 3
    part: Part 3 - Setting up Mono on nginx
---

Available Properties

Currently this is the list of available properties:

  1. Title (required)
  2. Layout (required)
  3. Category / Categories
  4. Series
  5. Author
  6. Email
  7. Metadescription
  8. Published
  9. Dynamic-Properties
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