Sometimes, you might want to publish a page that has all its children listed like in a blog archive format.
This format is called a
collection in Dendron. You can designate that a page be published as a collection by setting the has_collection property in the note frontmatter.
You can see an example of it here.
Sorting is by the
created attribute by default. If you wish to set an override, you can add a
date attribute in
YYYY-MM-DD format (eg.
You can control sort order via the sort_order attribute.
If set, determines how many levels of children to skip when making the collection. For example, you might have the following hierarchy.
- blog.md - blog.reading.md - blog.reading.journal.md - blog.reading.journal.2020.md - blog.reading.journal.2020.12.md - blog.reading.journal.2020.12.20.one.md - blog.reading.journal.2020.12.31.two.md
When you publish, you might only want to show the leaf nodes and skip the intermediary levels. In the above example, setting
skipLevels: 3 on
blog.reading.md will result in the following hierarchy being published.
- blog.md - blog.reading.md - blog.reading.journal.2020.12.20.one.md - blog.reading.journal.2020.12.31.two.md
- NOTE: when you set
skipLevels, this also affects children links