How To Create a Jekyll Blog On Ubuntu Cloud Server

If you want to go from a blank slate VPS or baremetal dedicated server to hosting a powerful but low-profile website, creating a Jekyll blog is a great option for you. Jekyll is a static site generator, which means it can generate a blog-style website with no database software required, and yet you get many Read More >

How to Edit Your Jekyll Theme

We have already seen in our Jekyll series, how you can change your default theme using RubyGems. However, instead of changing your whole theme, you can also edit the theme you have and creat new layouts based on your own design. In this article, we’re going to show you how to edit your Jekyll theme. Read More >

How to Change Your Jekyll Theme with RubyGems

Continuing in our Jekyll series, we have already learned how to create a Jekyll site. And you will have noticed that the Jekyll site comes with a default theme. In this article, we’re going to show you how to change your Jekyll theme from the default to a theme of your choosing. In order for Read More >

How to Publish Your Jekyll Site with SCP

In this article, we’ll show you how you can automate your publishing process with secure copy (SCP). In the <a href=”/support/website/jekyll/how-to-customize-your-jekyll-site/”>customizing Jekyll</a> article we learned about how you can change the base directory of your site. This means you will be building your site into a specific directory, which is going to be important later. Read More >

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. </p> <p> Before proceeding with this article, it is highly recommended that you familiarize yourself 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 Create a Jekyll Site

In this tutorial: How to Create a Jekyll Site How to Add Posts to Your Jekyll Blog How to Add Pages to the Jekyll Site Reviewing our Jekyll series, we have already learned what Jekyll is and why you might want to use it for your site. We’ve also learned how to install Jekyll. Make Read More >

How to Install Jekyll and Launch a New Site

In this article, we will cover a basic installation of the Jekyll static site generator. Then, we will create and launch the default Jekyll site, which you can later customize. To learn more about what Jekyll is and how you can use it, check out the previous article regarding What is Jekyll? Moving Forward with Read More >

What is Jekyll?

You may recall a simpler time on the web when all sites were basically a collection of static HTML pages linked together. Developing a site this way was tedious and time-consuming, but it had some major advantages. While these advantages were certainly remarkable, they threw some limitations on the user experience. Sites could not be Read More >

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