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# Name of the property. You can have multiple properties with completely
# different config blocks for different sections of your site.
# For example, you can have one property to handle comment submission and
# another one to handle posts.
# To encrypt strings use the following endpoint:
# https://{your Staticman API URL}/v[2|3]/encrypt/{TEXT TO BE ENCRYPTED}
comments:
# (*) REQUIRED
#
# Names of the fields the form is allowed to submit. If a field that is
# not here is part of the request, an error will be thrown.
allowedFields: ["name", "email", "url", "message"]
# (*) REQUIRED WHEN USING NOTIFICATIONS
#
# When allowedOrigins is defined, only requests sent from one of the domains
# listed will be accepted. The origin is sent as part as the `options` object
# (e.g. <input name="options[origin]" value="http://yourdomain.com/post1")
# allowedOrigins: ["yourdomain.com"]
# (*) REQUIRED
#
# Name of the branch being used. Must match the one sent in the URL of the
# request.
branch: "master"
commitMessage: "New comment by {fields.name}"
# (*) REQUIRED
#
# Destination path (filename) for the data files. Accepts placeholders.
filename: "comment-{@timestamp}"
# The format of the generated data files. Accepted values are "json", "yaml"
# or "frontmatter"
format: "yaml"
# List of fields to be populated automatically by Staticman and included in
# the data file. Keys are the name of the field. The value can be an object
# with a `type` property, which configures the generated field, or any value
# to be used directly (e.g. a string, number or array)
generatedFields:
date:
type: "date"
options:
format: "iso8601" # "iso8601" (default), "timestamp-seconds", "timestamp-milliseconds"
# Whether entries need to be approved before they are published to the main
# branch. If set to `true`, a pull request will be created for your approval.
# Otherwise, entries will be published to the main branch automatically.
moderation: true
# Akismet spam detection.
# akismet:
# enabled: true
# author: "name"
# authorEmail: "email"
# authorUrl: "url"
# content: "message"
# type: "comment"
# Name of the site. Used in notification emails.
# name: "Your Site"
# Notification settings. When enabled, users can choose to receive notifications
# via email when someone adds a reply or a new comment. This requires an account
# with Mailgun, which you can get for free at http://mailgun.com.
# notifications:
# Enable notifications
# enabled: true
# (!) ENCRYPTED
#
# Mailgun API key
# apiKey: ""
# (!) ENCRYPTED
#
# Mailgun domain (encrypted)
# domain: ""
# (*) REQUIRED
#
# Destination path (directory) for the data files. Accepts placeholders.
path: "docs/_data/comments/{options.slug}" # "_data/comments/{options.slug}" (default)
# Names of required files. If any of these isn't in the request or is empty,
# an error will be thrown.
requiredFields: ["name", "email", "message"]
# List of transformations to apply to any of the fields supplied. Keys are
# the name of the field and values are possible transformation types.
transforms:
email: md5
# reCaptcha
# Register your domain at https://www.google.com/recaptcha/ and choose reCAPTCHA V2
reCaptcha:
enabled: true
siteKey: "6LdRBykTAAAAAFB46MnIu6ixuxwu9W1ihFF8G60Q"
# Encrypt reCaptcha secret key using Staticman /encrypt endpoint
# For more information, https://staticman.net/docs/encryption
secret: "PznnZGu3P6eTHRPLORniSq+J61YEf+A9zmColXDM5icqF49gbunH51B8+h+i2IvewpuxtA9TFoK68TuhUp/X3YKmmqhXasegHYabY50fqF9nJh9npWNhvITdkQHeaOqnFXUIwxfiEeUt49Yoa2waRR7a5LdRAP3SVM8hz0KIBT4="