Jekyll is often pigeon-holed as a tool for developers to write their blog. This is just one of the many great uses of Jekyll. We’re always interested in exploring unconventional use cases which push the boundaries in Jekyll. Today we’re releasing three MIT licensed templates which do exactly that.
Build an API documentation website.
Write and publish eBooks using Jekyll.
Build your photography portfolio.
We’ve also given two of our existing templates a makeover:
The perfect way for a non-profit to get started with Jekyll.
E-commerce template for Jekyll.
To use the new templates in CloudCannon, create a new site and select the Choose a Template option.
From here you can browse through the templates and select your favourite.
These templates also work without CloudCannon, just fork the template repository on GitHub or download a zip.
We’re always interested in seeing how people use these templates, feel free to leave a comment if you use one!