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IsHome sometimes fails to recognise the home page, and the page title is not rendered #14

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nicolas-navarro-guerrero opened this issue Apr 12, 2019 · 5 comments

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@nicolas-navarro-guerrero nicolas-navarro-guerrero commented Apr 12, 2019

I am using the theme for the page indicated below. The front page is often rendered with the header and foot only. Somehow the variable .IsHome is not consistently updated.

In some opportunities, I realize I had removed an empty line in the config file and that triggers the error. However, sometimes I only add a new post without touching the config file, and the error is also triggered. I have not been able to pin point the source of the error.

https://cdstc.gitlab.io/task-force-on-action-and-perception/

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@rhazdon rhazdon commented Apr 15, 2019

Hi @nicolas-navarro-guerrero,

well, I discovered the same issue and I invested now some hours to find the problem. Do you maybe use [taxonomies] in your config.toml?

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@ccantos ccantos commented Apr 16, 2019

With the same error. In my case:

[taxonomies]
  tag      = "tags"
  category = ""
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@rhazdon rhazdon commented Apr 17, 2019

Comment it out, if you do not use it. I don't know why, but this fixed it for me. Still investigating it, but I assume that this is a bug in Hugo.

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@sam5558 sam5558 commented Apr 21, 2019

Hello @rhazdon @nicolas-navarro-guerrero ,
I had the same error. the fix works also for me (by commenting out the taxomonies section) it's probably be a bug 👍

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@siyagule siyagule commented Jul 10, 2019

Same issue, commenting out taxonomies worked for me. Thank you

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