taxonomy

Post Bylines

Create human and machine readable bylines in posts.
After Dark creates rich post bylines automatically. Bylines include optional author name, word count, links to Taxonomy Pages and Structured Data. Example Byline Published [by `author`] [`publishdate` or `date`] in [navigation](/categories/navigation) and tagged [links](/tags/links) and [taxonomy](/tags/taxonomy) using [`wordcount`] words. If author is specified in Site Configuration params or post Front Matter it will be included automatically in the byline attributing the author: [params] author = "Billy Joe Jim Bob" # the guy behind the guy behind the guy Adjust hide_author in Site Configuration to suppress attribution site-wide:

Section Menu

Display a contextual site-wide navigation with links.
After Dark uses Hugo’s Section Menu for “Lazy” Bloggers to create a site-wide navigational aid. The section menu is disabled by default. Interactive Example Overview Features Modules Shortcodes Extras Search Enable it from menu.main layout config in your site configuration: [params.layout.menu.main] hidden = true # set `false` or remove to show section menu With the menu enabled navigation links will begin appearing automatically on a per-section basis whenever Published Content is available within that section.

Taxonomy Pages

Navigate the site using author-defined taxonomies.
After Dark generates categorical and tag taxonomy and taxonomy terms pages and links to them automatically in posts using Post Bylines. Given the following page Front Matter for a post type: categories = ["navigation"] tags = ["links", "taxonomy"] The following taxonomy links would appear in the byline: Published [by author] [publishdate or date] in navigation and tagged links and taxonomy using [wordcount] words. The following Index Blocked taxonomy pages generated: