If you ever wanted to add links to related blog posts or app features in your Astro blog or
documentation site, then Astro related content, which we look at in this video, will set you
going on the right track. We are talking about something like the ubiquitous “you liked X, why
not try Y” recommendations, on e-commerce and streaming sites. Designing your own site, you
might base your related links on SEO priorities, or use AI to generate a content graph. Either
way, we see how you can update your Markdown front matter to include the necessary meta and have
Astro render the related content links for you.
Although we focus on Markdown content, the technique works almost identically if you are working
with Markdoc content source or even a data collection. Hopefully this intro describes what you
are looking for. Hit play on the video to see! See the link, further down, for the complete
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