Seven Free Jekyll Templates

by Mike Neumegen

Blog | Announcements | Seven Free Jekyll Templates December 05, 2016

Starting a new Jekyll site from scratch can be a pain. It’s often easier to start with an existing site and modify for your use case. To help get you started on your next project we’ve created seven high quality Jekyll templates for common use cases. Even better they’re all optimised for use with CloudCannon. The templates are licensed under MIT so you’re free to use and modify them however you’d like.

Usage

To use the new templates in CloudCannon, create a new site and select the “Choose a Template” option.

Choose a jekyll template

From here you can browse through the templates and select your favourite.

List of jekyll templates

These templates also work without CloudCannon, just fork the template repository on GitHub or download a zip.

Some of you may be wondering why we didn’t use the new Jekyll theme functionality for the templates. We may convert them to themes in the future, for now we want to encourage people to look through and modify the source code on their site.

The Templates

Urban live demo launch

Urban is the perfect starting point for your Agency website.

Justice live demo launch

Justice is a law firm themed template for Jekyll which can be modified to fit any local business.

Cause live demo launch

Cause is the perfect way for a non-profit to get started with Jekyll.

Frisco live demo launch

Build a marketing site for your app with Frisco.

Malt live demo launch

Malt is a great starting point for an event website.

Hydra live demo launch

Market your product or SaaS business with Hydra.

Edition live demo launch

Write documentation for your product using Edition.

What do you need?

We really enjoyed making these templates and we hope they’re useful for you. We’d love to hear how you’re using them!

We’ll be making more templates in the future. Let us know what type of templates would be valuable for you in the comments below.


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