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Zak Miller
Zak Miller

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Hugo - How to Filter Posts With a Tag


While recently working on a website, I wanted to display a subset of my posts based on a particular tag. I hadn't had any prior experience with the go templating engine, so this took me a bit longer to figure out than I'd care to admit, so I thought I'd share it with all of you.

This example applies anytime you want to filter any list of pages with a taxonomy.

      {{ range where .Paginator.Pages ".Params.tags" "intersect" (slice "popular")}}
        <span>{{ .Date.Format (.Site.Params.dateFormat | default "January 2, 2006" ) }}</span>
        <a href="{{ .URL }}">{{ .Title }}</a>
      {{ end }}

The first line is really all that matters. We're range-ing over the pages, grabbing the tags from each of those pages and seeing if they intersect with a new slice that only contains popular.

A contains operator is what I would expect to use here, but as far as I can tell there isn't one, so you have to use this intersect workaround.

I hope that was helpful! If you have any questions please let me know.

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