There will often be use cases where you decide to use your root directory to serve a static home page (e.g. app landing page) and then a different page to list your blog posts. Jekyll’s pagination plugin applies pagination to your root
index.html by default and will spit warnings if you enabled it but no
index.html file is found.
Let’s say your directory setup is as below:
_layouts _includes _posts _config.yml Gemfile Gemfile.lock blog.md index.md about.md
and you would like to paginate in
- Create a subdir named
- In _config.yml, add the following line (assuming you already added
That’s it! Simple as that. Now your pagination path will be
blog/ blog/page2 blog/page3
You can change
page into something else you like. Full reference here.