Single Page Templates

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The primary view of content in Hugo is the single view. Hugo will render every Markdown file provided with a corresponding single template.

Single Page Template Lookup Order[ ](https://gohugo.io/templates/single-page-templates/#single-page-template-lookup-order)

See Template Lookup.

Example Single Page Templates[ ](https://gohugo.io/templates/single-page-templates/#example-single-page-templates)

Content pages are of the type page and will therefore have all the page variables and site variables available to use in their templates.

posts/single.html[ ](https://gohugo.io/templates/single-page-templates/#posts-single-html)

This single page template makes use of Hugo base templates, the .Format function for dates, the .WordCount page variable, and ranges through the single content’s specific taxonomies. with is also used to check whether the taxonomies are set in the front matter.

layouts/posts/single.html

{{ define "main" }}
<section id="main">
  <h1 id="title">{{ .Title }}</h1>
  <div>
        <article id="content">
           {{ .Content }}
        </article>
  </div>
</section>
<aside id="meta">
    <div>
    <section>
      <h4 id="date"> {{ .Date.Format "Mon Jan 2, 2006" }} </h4>
      <h5 id="wordcount"> {{ .WordCount }} Words </h5>
    </section>
    {{ with .Params.topics }}
    <ul id="topics">
      {{ range . }}
        <li><a href="{{ "topics" | absURL}}{{ . | urlize }}">{{ . }}</a> </li>
      {{ end }}
    </ul>
    {{ end }}
    {{ with .Params.tags }}
    <ul id="tags">
      {{ range . }}
        <li> <a href="{{ "tags" | absURL }}{{ . | urlize }}">{{ . }}</a> </li>
      {{ end }}
    </ul>
    {{ end }}
    </div>
    <div>
        {{ with .PrevInSection }}
          <a class="previous" href="{{.Permalink}}"> {{.Title}}</a>
        {{ end }}
        {{ with .NextInSection }}
          <a class="next" href="{{.Permalink}}"> {{.Title}}</a>
        {{ end }}
    </div>
</aside>
{{ end }}

To easily generate new instances of a content type (e.g., new .md files in a section like project/) with preconfigured front matter, use content archetypes.