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Startjekyll

An example and guide to getting started with Jekyll and static site generators.

Overview:

This is a guide named "Start Jekyll" which provides instructions for getting started with Jekyll, a static site generator. The guide covers topics such as learning about static site generators, installing Ruby and Jekyll, creating a custom website running on Jekyll and Sass, and deploying a Jekyll site to GitHub pages. The author of this guide is Tania Rascia and the project is open source and available under the MIT License.

Features:

  • Learn about static site generators: This guide provides information on static site generators, including their purpose and benefits.
  • Install Ruby and Jekyll: The guide offers instructions on installing Ruby and Jekyll, which are required for using Jekyll.
  • Create a custom website running on Jekyll and Sass: Users can learn how to create a customized website using Jekyll and Sass, a CSS preprocessor.
  • Deploy a Jekyll site to GitHub pages: The guide explains the process of deploying a Jekyll site to GitHub pages, a hosting service.

Installation:

To install Jekyll, you need to have Ruby installed on your system. If you don't have Ruby, you can install it by following the instructions on the official Ruby website.

Once Ruby is installed, you can install Jekyll by running the following command in your terminal:

gem install jekyll

After the installation is complete, you can verify the installation by running the following command:

jekyll -v

If Jekyll is installed correctly, you should see a version number displayed in your terminal.

Summary:

"Start Jekyll" is a comprehensive guide that offers step-by-step instructions for getting started with Jekyll, a static site generator. It covers important topics such as learning about static site generators, installing Ruby and Jekyll, creating a custom website using Jekyll and Sass, and deploying a Jekyll site to GitHub pages. The guide is authored by Tania Rascia and is open source under the MIT License.

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Jekyll

Jekyll is a static site generator written in Ruby that allows you to create simple, fast, and secure websites without the need for a database.