问题描述:

I have a data folder structure:

_data/footer/1.yml

_data/footer/2.yml etc

What I want to do is within the template, based on the front matter variable is to, select one of those files and return the data contained in them.

If I do this:

site.data.footer.1 it returns the data withn 1.yml. If I try to do site.data.footer.{{page.footer}} it returns nothing, even if the front matter has the footer variable set to 1 like this:

---

footer: 1

---

{% assign foot_id = page.footer %}

{{foot_id}}

{% assign stuff = site.data.footer.{{foot_id}} %}

{{stuff}}

stuff in this case would be blank. Is this the correct way to do this? Whats going wrong?

网友答案:

If we look at your datas :

site.data.footer = {"1"=>{"variable"=>"one"}, "2"=>{"variable"=>"two"}}

we have a hash were keys are strings.

We can access our datas like this :

{{ site.data.footer.1 }} => {"variable"=>"one"}
or
{{ site.data.footer["1"] }} => {"variable"=>"one"}

Note that the bracket notation takes a string as key. If you try with an integer, it returns nothing {{ site.data.footer[1] }} => null.

If we want to use a page variable, we need it to be a string. It can be :

---
# a string in the front matter
footer: "1"
---

{{ site.data.footer[page.footer] }} => {"variable"=>"one"}

or an integer casted to string

---
# a string in the front matter
footer: 1 
---

Transform an integer to a string by adding it an empty string
{% assign foot_id = page.footer | append: "" %}

{{ site.data.footer[foot_id] }} => {"variable"=>"one"}

Note: you can also cast a string to an integer like this :

{% assign my_integer = "1" | plus: 0 %}
{{ my_integer | inspect }} => 1 but not "1"
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