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On my Jekyll powered website, I have a page where I list every project (inventions, experiments, etc) that I have ever worked on. Currently, each project listed exists only as a link to a relevant blog post. My question is, how do I create individual pages for each project so that it each resides in its own subdirectory like so:



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simply create a folder called projects another folder for each project1 and then put a copy of the index.html file in there.

what it sounds like is you want to use categories/tags to automate this process for you

this might help: http://charliepark.org/tags-in-jekyll/

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This solution worked. Thank you. – Adith Radityo Jul 9 '13 at 19:19

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