Jekyll is a popular Ruby based static site generator. It’s easy to pick up so it’s a great choice if this is your first static site generator. In this series we’re going over the fundamentals of Jekyll to help you build your first Jekyll site.
In this lesson we’ll set the ground work for the rest the series. We’ll set up a Jekyll site and go over some of the conventions.
Liquid is a powerful templating language used in Jekyll. In this lesson we’ll go over basic Liquid concepts and see how you can use Liquid on your site.
Front matter and YAML are like bread and butter in Jekyll. This lesson is an introduction to these concepts and their relationship with Liquid.
Layouts help you set up and reuse the main structure of your site. Let’s see how they work in Jekyll.
Jekyll includes allow you to break down your pages into smaller “components”. Let’s dive in and see how they work.
Blogging is built right into Jekyll. It’s easy to use and setup. In this lesson we’ll see up your first Jekyll blog.
Collections in Jekyll are quite similar to blog posts but have a slightly different use case. Let’s explore in this lesson.
Data files are a great way to mange configuration data or import an existing data set to Jekyll. Let’s explore using how you can use data files in Jekyll.