We generate links to directories by default. If you open the .html file
from your local system in the browser, you may get a listing — but if you
use `nikola serve`, github pages, or any other web server, then the links
will be handled correctly (via the web server’s autoindex feature).
On Thu, 17 May 2018 at 13:55, Björn Johansson
> Thanks for the information. I managed to get nikola
> to produce a sub folder with one folder for each markdown file.
> I also get an index file with a large list of links named after the
> title of each page. However, The links go to a listing of what is in each
folder and not
> to the page itself.
> I uploaded my site to dropbox
> if someone has the time to have a look.
> I placed the protocols sub folder below pages, and I edited the conf
> https://getnikola.com/creating-a-site-not-a-blog-with-nikola.html to the
best of my understanding.
Chris Warrick <https://chriswarrick.com/>
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