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πŸ“¦ plugin-content-pages

The default pages plugin for Docusaurus. The classic template ships with this plugin with default configurations. This plugin provides creating pages functionality.


npm install --save @docusaurus/plugin-content-pages

If you use the preset @docusaurus/preset-classic, you don't need to install this plugin as a dependency.

You can configure this plugin through the preset options.


Accepted fields:

pathstring'src/pages'Path to data on filesystem relative to site dir. Components in this directory will be automatically converted to pages.
routeBasePathstring'/'URL route for the pages section of your site. DO NOT include a trailing slash.
includestring[]['**/*.{js,jsx,ts,tsx,md,mdx}']Matching files will be included and processed.
excludestring[]See example configurationNo route will be created for matching files.
mdxPageComponentstring'@theme/MDXPage'Component used by each MDX page.
remarkPlugins[]any[]Remark plugins passed to MDX.
rehypePlugins[]any[]Rehype plugins passed to MDX.
beforeDefaultRemarkPluginsany[][]Custom Remark plugins passed to MDX before the default Docusaurus Remark plugins.
beforeDefaultRehypePluginsany[][]Custom Rehype plugins passed to MDX before the default Docusaurus Rehype plugins.

Example configuration​

You can configure this plugin through preset options or plugin options.


Most Docusaurus users configure this plugin through the preset options.

If you use a preset, configure this plugin through the preset options:

module.exports = {
presets: [
pages: {
path: 'src/pages',
routeBasePath: '',
include: ['**/*.{js,jsx,ts,tsx,md,mdx}'],
exclude: [
mdxPageComponent: '@theme/MDXPage',
remarkPlugins: [require('remark-math')],
rehypePlugins: [],
beforeDefaultRemarkPlugins: [],
beforeDefaultRehypePlugins: [],

Markdown front matter​

Markdown pages can use the following Markdown front matter metadata fields, enclosed by a line --- on either side.

Accepted fields:

titlestringMarkdown titleThe blog post title.
descriptionstringThe first line of Markdown contentThe description of your page, which will become the <meta name="description" content="..."/> and <meta property="og:description" content="..."/> in <head>, used by search engines.
keywordsstring[]undefinedKeywords meta tag, which will become the <meta name="keywords" content="keyword1,keyword2,..."/> in <head>, used by search engines.
imagestringundefinedCover or thumbnail image that will be used when displaying the link to your post.
wrapperClassNamestringClass name to be added to the wrapper element to allow targeting specific page content.
hide_table_of_contentsbooleanfalseWhether to hide the table of contents to the right.
draftbooleanfalseDraft pages will only be available during development.
unlistedbooleanfalseUnlisted pages will be available in both development and production. They will be "hidden" in production, not indexed, excluded from sitemaps, and can only be accessed by users having a direct link.


title: Markdown Page
description: Markdown page SEO description
wrapperClassName: markdown-page
hide_table_of_contents: false
draft: true

Markdown page content


Read the i18n introduction first.

Translation files location​

  • Base path: website/i18n/[locale]/docusaurus-plugin-content-pages
  • Multi-instance path: website/i18n/[locale]/docusaurus-plugin-content-pages-[pluginId]
  • JSON files: extracted with docusaurus write-translations
  • Markdown files: website/i18n/[locale]/docusaurus-plugin-content-pages

Example file-system structure​

β”‚ # translations for website/src/pages