Create Static Sites with Jekyll And GitHub Pages
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Jekyll is the world's most popular static-site generator. This enables web developers to use many of the features of server-side Content Management Systems (like templates, themes, and blog-awareness) while taking advantage of the speed, security, and simplicity of static sites. Plus, this mighty little Ruby script lives on both your computer and on GitHub's servers, which means you get super-fast hosting that's only a `git push` away, and free for you and all your collaborators!
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|Section 1: About Jekyll and GitHub Pages|
Why Jekyll and Github PagesPreview
Popular websites powered by JekyllPreview
Differences between Jekyll and CMSPreview
|Quiz 1||2 questions|
Why would I use Jekyll over a CMS or hand-coded Static Site?
|Section 2: Getting Started with Jekyll|
Install Jekyll locallyPreview
Create Jekyll sitePreview
|Quiz 2||2 questions|
What are some of the common operations you'll use with Jekyll via the command line / terminal?
|Section 3: Interacting with GitHub Pages|
Get a GitHub account
Cloning a repository from your GitHub repo
|Section 4: Creating Content|
Your first Post
Pushing commits to your GitHub repo
Your first Page
|Section 5: Advanced Settings|
|Section 6: Migrating your content and your team|
Migrating from other platforms
Content editing with Prose.io
|Section 7: Wrapup|
Now that you've finished this course, you're off to the races with Jekyll and GitHub pages! Included here are 2 handy code references: my personal website (code, site) and the documentation site from Bootstrap (code, site)
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