Some rules before pushing commit to website
Each markdown you created will have the yaml front matter (on top of each markdown file):
--- title: "<title>" description: "<description>" lead: "<lead>" date: 2020-11-23T11:55:16+01:00 draft: false images:  --- Content of file
While using Gitlocalize to translate content to other languages, the yaml front matter could be changed like this:
--- title: <title> description: <description> lead: <lead> date: "2020-11-23T11:55:16+01:00" draft: "false" images:  ---
You cannot see these yaml front matter until you create a pull request on Github.
Files changed on Github after pushing commits will show what being changed so you can spot the different.
From the picture above, the changes are:
- The double quotation marks wrap around
leadhas been removed
- The double quotation marks now being added to
- The angle brackets
< >are being changed to
But yaml is strictly and would lead to build fail.
Therefore, make sure check your front matter match the original file:
- Add double quotation marks to
- Remove double quotation marks on
< >to angle brackets
--- title: "<title>" description: "<description>" lead: "<lead>" date: 2020-11-23T11:55:16+01:00 draft: false images:  ---