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Building Static Websites With Jekyll and Hugo

Learn how to build static websites with Jekyll and Hugo
Instructor:
Guy R.
775 students enrolled
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learn how to build a static website with either Jekyll or Hugo
learn how to build a website with Jekyll or Hugo
how to install Jekyll and Hugo
learn to build layouts. templates, add content, posts and pages
how to deploy Jekyll and Hugo host it for free
cloud hosting solutions for Jekyll or Hugo
much more!

Welcome to this 2 in 1 course where you will learn how to create static websites with Jekyll and Hugo. Both are awesome static website generators.

In this course, we’ll start by walking through how Jekyll works, installing Jekyll and then we’ll build a fully functioning site with content.

We’ll then get into Hugo where you’ll learn how to install Hugo and have a website up and running.

With Jekyll or Hugo you can build a blog, a portfolio, or any website, without having to depend on a database or content management system. That’s because these two static site generators do not require setting up a complex application on a web server like WordPress. 

With Jekyll or Hugo static site generators you can help you build a simple website  fast without any plugins or advanced programming. In fact, you can build a website much cheaper, faster and more secure than those built with platforms such as WordPress.

With this course you’ll learn how to get up and running with either Jekyll or Hugo. You’ll learn how to choose templates, add pages and posts, and build your site.

By the end, you’ll know how to create a static website with the platform you choose, with either Jekyll or Hugo.

Welcome

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Introduction
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Course update
3
Getting started with static websites

Jekyll

1
Install and setup Jekyll
2
Themes and site configuration
3
Site building with Jekyll
4
Going live with your Jekyll site
5
Deploy via FTP
6
More options on FTP
7
AWS
8
Netifly
9
Recap

Hugo

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Static websites with Hugo
2
Building a site with Hugo
3
Going live with your Hugo site
4
Deploy via FTP
5
More options on FTP
6
AWS
7
Netifly
8
Recap

Jekyll: Legacy Course

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Old Jekyll Course
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Applications and Tools for this course
3
Installing Jekyll
4
Creating the site
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Version Control
6
Folder Structure
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Design and Planning
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Settings and Configuration
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Styling
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Layout
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Building out the footer
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Adding Content
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Posts
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Inserting Feature Posts
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Tags
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Featured Items
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Single Post Pages
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Page Templates
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Creating a Custom Page Template
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Deploying the site
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Final Words
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