YAML is a "human-readable data serialization format" that may be used with Assemble as an alternative to JSON
As a data format, YAML may be used as an alternative to JSON.
YAML front matter was made popular by Jekyll, the "blog-aware, static site generator" that powers GitHub Pages.
YAML front-matter is optionally used at the beginning of a page to define metadata for the page's content. In order for YAML front-matter to be processed, it must be the first thing at the top of the page, and it must be "wrapped"
properly using three dashes above (
---) and three below (
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