Zola experiments part 1
This is promising. I copied a bunch of
.md files from my Jekyll
_posts folder to a Zola
posts folder, and they all rendered with the same URLs (after I removed the
date YAML, but Zola picked the date up correctly from the filename, where they begin
So the importing content from Jekyll to Zola part of any migration looks relatively painless. Bonus: the site built in 46ms.
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