The following describes a Trio project's file and folder structure:
Project Folders And Files
Contains metadata that Trio maintains and uses to implement incremental building of your project.
Project configuration file. See Configuration for more information.
File which contains collections of metadata that are generated every time Trio builds the project.
Folder targeted by the build command. See Command Line for details.
Folder targeted by the release command. See Command Line for details.
Contains the following folders which are used for the development of your web site.
Contains tag-based callback modules, which are referenced by HTML tags in templates, fragments and includes using the data-trio-callback tag attribute. See Tag-Based Callbacks for more information.
Contains .css files. See SCSS/SASS/CSS for more information.
Contains JSON data files that are exposed to tag-based callbacks. See JSON Data for more information.
Contains files, such as favicon.ico, 404.html, robots.txt, sitemaps, .nojekyll, .etc, for example, that are copied "as is" to the site's root folder.
Contains collection filter function modules introduced in v2.0.0.. See Collections for more information.
Contains .md and .html fragment files and folders. See Fragment for more information.
Contains blog-specific article .md and .html fragment files and folders. See Blogging for more information.
Contains .md and .html include files. See Include for more information.
Contains media specific files (e.g. .jpg, .gif, .pdf, .etc).
Contains .sass and .scsss files. See SCSS/SASS/CSS for more information.
Contains .html template files.