Three New Jekyll Templates

Open sketchbook on a blank page, next to a group of paintbrushes and a used tray with watercolor paints

It’s great to see the different ways people are using the Jekyll templates we launched late last year. To continue this success, we’ve put together three new templates ready for your next site. These are licensed under MIT to feel free to use them on client/commercial projects.

Base

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Treat

Link to Treat

Fur

Link to Fur

Usage

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.

What’s Next?

We have more Jekyll templates in the works. If there’s a use case a Jekyll template would help you solve let us know in the comments below.

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