Frontmatter can be used to define page-specific metadata and configuration. The front matter must be the first thing in the file and must take the form of valid YAML set between triple-dashed lines. Here is a basic example:
---title: Coding like a Pro!---
Between these triple-dashed lines, you can set predefined variables (see below for a reference) which allow you to customize the page.
title: String # title of the page, visible in navigation sidebar, page content title, browser tab title and used for SEO and searchmetaTitle: String # used for SEO if provided, otherwise title is useddescription: String # page description used for search and SEOorder: Int # page order in navigation sidebar, the lower the higher it will appeardraft: Boolean # set to true to mark page as draft and not publish it (unless overriden by features.publishDraft property)editable: Boolean # set to true to show Edit on Repo button, set to false to hide itshowMetadata: Boolean # set to true to show page metadata, set to false to hide itshowToc: Boolean # set to true to show Table of Contents, set to false to hide ittocDepth: Int # Table of Contents depth (depth of headers used to calculate ToC)showPreviousNext: Boolean # set to true to show previous/next buttons, set to false to hide it
---title: 'Navigation'order: 4draft: trueeditable: truetocDepth: 1---