12:58:29 <ElPasmo> Hi, I'm having an error building my nikola site. File "lib/genericpath.py", line 55 in getmtime return os.stat(filename).st_mtime FileNotFoundError: [WinError 3] 'cache\\posts\newpost.html' 12:59:52 <ElPasmo> I've just added posts/newpost.htm so it's seems normal that is not in the cache when I build it for the first time. I'm using nikola 7.7.7, python 3.5.1 and windows 7. 13:00:37 <ElPasmo> deleting the cache folder and building gets rid off the error 16:04:33 <ChrisWarrick> ElPasmo: yeah, something tripped Nikola up. (also, use .html and not .htm) 17:20:01 <ElPasmo> ChrisWarrick: ty, why I should not use *.htm for my source files? when build their output is *.html 17:20:20 <ElPasmo> maybe I mistyped before the error, I was trying to extract the useful parts of it 17:23:09 <azazel> ElPasmo: .htm was an extension invented by microsoft when the files in windows did have only 3 chars for extensions... 17:23:27 <azazel> but the correct one is html 17:24:49 <ElPasmo> I see, so I should use html also for my source files... ty 21:31:49 <[Tritium]> .htm and .html are objectivly the same. 21:32:24 <[Tritium]> using the MS three character argument also mean you use .jpeg instead of .jpg, and almost no one does that in 2016 21:59:16 <Sukil> hello 22:01:57 <Sukil> After searching for static site generators using Python, I have decided to use Nikola, as it appears to have the most accessible themes for screen reader users (I am one of them). I have a question though: is it possible to have a range of pages shown in the index, rather than the two adjacent ones?