Pages with a Front Matter header will first be precompiled as using Pebble.See Also: Edit this page
Typically files are processed as a compiler of their file extension. For example, a file with the
.md extension will
be processed as Markdown.
But before it is processed as Markdown, if it has a Front Matter header, it will be precompiled as Pebble. You can use the full power of Pebble templates to add additional dynamic content to otherwise static content.
Any variables set in the Front Matter may be accessed as variables in Pebble.
There are a number of predefined variables that are available on every page:
page: refers to the current Page object
theme: refers to the theme rendering the current page
site: refers contains basic info about your Orchid site
data: all custom data loaded from
If you need to use a Front Matter header but don't want to precompile that page, you can set
precompile: false in the
Alternatively, you may choose to use another language as your precompiler language of choice. This may be done
individually by a single page by setting
precompileAs to the desired language extension in its Front Matter, or for
all pages by setting the
defaultPrecompilerExtension option in your