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Using title_separator: "|", page title doesn't display correctly #760
Expected to see the "|" character display as a separator in the page breadcrumb path when bookmarking in my browser. What appears instead is a blank space.
Steps to reproduce the behavior
Interestingly, if I pick a character other than
I haven't tested this yet, but this could be related to YAML. I know you can use
stats: | 65 Home Runs 0.278 Batting Average
Perhaps it's ignoring
Did some testing and it does seem like YAML or Liquid or Jekyll is removing the vertical pipe
Will give you something like:
<title>Welcome to Jekyll | Minimal Mistakes</title>
+1. Thanks! I was going to try an HTML entity next. Thanks for checking this out so quickly.…
On Jan 9, 2017, at 9:09 PM, Michael Rose ***@***.***> wrote: Did some testing and it does seem like YAML or Liquid or Jekyll is removing the vertical pipe |. What you can do instead is declare it as a HTML entity and then it'll work. title_separator: "|" Will give you something like: <title>Welcome to Jekyll | Minimal Mistakes</title> — You are receiving this because you authored the thread. Reply to this email directly, view it on GitHub, or mute the thread.