The title section has two different layout styles depending on the function and the place of a page in the site hierarchy.
- Header rule
- Page title
- Optional subtitle
- Meta content
- First date published
- Page Title
- Optional subtitle.
- Short breadcrumbs above the page title provide the name of the current section and link to its page. If there is a parent section, its name is also referenced.
- Blog entries
- Labels above the page title show categories and tags the page has been given and link to their collection pages.
This information is contained in the
date parameter of the front-matter data and ususally set to the date, when the content file has been generated with
The page title is taken from the
title parameter in the front-matter and may contain inline Markdown formatting like emphasis.
The subtitle is taken from the
description parameter in the front-matter, if the front-matter parameter
true. It may also contain inline markup.
The subtitle is an optional element, because there is also the possibility to show a lead paragraph at the beginning of the content. It’s up to the editor, which elements to use.