Jekyll: make fast, secure static sites and blogs with Jekyll
Jekyll: static website or a blog with most popular static website generator Jekyll.
Do you want to learn to build sites and blogs with Jekyll? And have a simple solution without the overhead complexity? Site that is ultra fast and is immune to most common attacks?
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Last update: 19th of October: updated to 3.3.0. version of Jekylll
Review by S.H.:
This is a great introduction to Jekyll and to Static site generators in general, I’d recommend to anybody, especially developers like me who have struggled with the overhead and complexity of traditional database-based CMSes such WordPress and Drupal and are looking for simpler way to customize a website and maintain a blog. The skills learned in this course not only apply to Jekyll, but can be immediately used in other static site generators, even those written in different languages, since most of them obscure them beyond the markdown, front matter, and templating engine.
Save time and money by creating a website or a blog that is easy to maintain and easy to scale. You might even get a raise or a better job with these new skills!
This is a course for designers, programmers, bloggers, basically EVERYBODY with basic knowledge of HTML and CSS.
First we’ll download a free template. And than I’ll guid you trough the features that give Jekyll its strength and flexibility. I’ll show you how to add forms, comments and MUCH more. At the end of this course you’ll be CONFIDENT in creating ALL sorts of pages and blogs with Jekyll.
We’ll learn how to:
- install Jekyll
- create a new project
- start a Jekyll server
- create layouts
- separate parts of the page in include files so we can use them on different part of the page
- configure the Jekyll project
- how Jekyll works in-depth
- create a menu
- create posts for the blog
- add content to blog
- add widgets to post
- set up a post loop
- set default values
- set up a form
- work with external data
- add comments to blog
Review from D.
Jana,It has been fab, I have wanted to mess around with Jekyll for a while and your course gave the ability to do so.
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Hi, in this video I'll tell you ore about the course. We'll talk on how to use resources.
You'll understand the benefits of a static page and learn more about static site generators.
Jekyll basics - important first steps
Create a page with Jekyll
You'll learn about layouts, and learn how to make one and then we'll go trough how to separate parts of the page.
More about file includes.
You'll learn how and where to configure a Jekyll project.
You'll learn how Jekyll works in-depth.
We'll go trough creating a simple menu.
Create a blog with Jekyll
You'll learn how to create files for the post, we'll go trough naming convention and more.
We'll be adding content to the blog posts.
We'll be adding content to the blog posts.
We'll add simple widgets and learn more Liquid syntax.
We'll be creating a post loop for the blog.
We'll set default layout so we don't repeat ourselfs.
Jekyll: What about comments, forms, custom data and other dynamic add-ons
You'll learn how to set up contact form and how to receive posted data to your email.
You'll learn how to read external data and how to use it on your page or a blog.
Loading data with Jekyll
You'll be reading projects for the page from a JSON file.
You'll learn how to add comments to the blog and how to make a switch to add or remove comments.
In this video you'll get familiar with GitHub Pages. You/77 learn the basic difference between User and Project pages and you'll learn how to host your page for free on GitHub pages.
We'll learn how to publish a website on Github Project Pages. and I/ll guide you trough basic git commands.
Set up a custom domain for the site hosted for free on GitHub pages
Archive: old versions
Before anything else you need to have Jekyll up and running. It should only take a few minutes.
In this video you'll learn how to install Jekyll on a mac and you'll receive resources on how to install Jekyll on Windows.
In this video you'll learn how to create a new project with Jekyll and we'll go trough the file structure of a new project.
You'll learn the command for starting a Jekyll server.