How to Publish a Jekyll Site with Git

In this article, we’re going to show one way (among many) to automate the publishing process for a Jekyll site. This is an advanced article and requires referencing of other information. Where appropriate, links to supporting material have been provided. Before proceeding with this article, it is highly recommended that you familiarize yourself with Git. Read More >

How to Publish Your Jekyll Site

In this article, we’ll show you how to publish your Jekyll site. There are many different ways to do this. The process can even be automated (and we’ll show how to do that later). Automating the publishing process is a popular option because otherwise you will be manually uploading files to your site every time Read More >

How to Customize Your Jekyll Site

Your site is unique. So you will need a place where you can edit the Jekyll example content. (You’ll remember we created a Jekyll site in the previous article.) Jekyll puts these options into a configuration file called _config.yml. Using this “config” file, this article will show you how to customize your Jekyll site. Where Read More >

How to Install Jekyll

You have already learned a bit about the Jekyll static-site CMS and what the benefits and downsides are. In this article, we’ll show you how to install Jekyll on your local computer. The most basic usage of Jekyll will start by generating the site in your computer and then uploading it to your server. That Read More >

What is Jekyll?

In this series of article we’re going to introduce you to the Jekyll static site Content Management System (CMS). Static site generators are different from dynamic site systems like WordPress, Joomla, and Drupal. While dynamic sites are generated based on various types of back-end processing and pulling information from databases, static site systems generate complete Read More >