A generic and flexible way to automatically list large sets of items
Takes a list of data, filters it, loops through it, and displays each item with some component.
include list.html
filters="group: featured"
The set of items to loop through, e.g. citations, posts, members, etc. If your list has date fields, it is also sorted from newest to oldest, and grouped into sections by year.
The component to show for each item in the list. The fields in your data should match what this component takes as parameters (except for style, see below).
Filter your data by arbitrary fields and values. See detailed explanation below.
A style parameter to pass through to every component in the list, so you don't have to repetitively set it on every data item. This is the only field that works this way, because all other fields are likely to be different for each item, but you'll likely always want the same style parameter.
Technically you can use any structure of data and any component with the list component, but by default, the template comes with a few placeholder data lists and matching components for common needs.


The filters parameter is a comma separated list of field/value filters, like field: value, field: value, field: value. An item is considered a match only if all the filters match.
The field is the particular field/key of the data item to check. The value is the value to compare against. value can be:
  • A plain string for an exact match.
  • Blank to match unspecified fields.
  • Ruby-flavored regex string for more complex matching.


Filter string
Show items with...
role: programmer, alumni: true
role equal to programmer AND alumni equal to true
no specified category
description: .+
some specified/defined description
date: ^2020
date starting with 2020
role: ^(?!pi$)
role NOT equal to pi
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