I'm building a course website with blogdown. I'd like to follow a similar setup as this site, which was from the rstudio::conf(2020) workshops. That is, I'd like all of the blogdown stuff to live in
themes/, etc.), and then I can put other course materials in the
I've set up my
netlify.toml file as in the example repo, and everything works great when I push to GitHub. However, when I try to build locally with the
blogdown::serve_site() addin, I get the following error:
Error in site_root(config, .site_dir) : Could not find config.toml / config.yaml under /Users/jakethompson/Documents/GIT/references/intro-to-ml-tidy /Users/jakethompson/Documents/GIT/references/ /Users/jakethompson/Documents/GIT /Users/jakethompson/Documents /Users/jakethompson /Users /
Does anyone have guidance for making blogdown build locally from a subdirectory?
cc: blogdown wizard @apreshill, who created the original site