08 Dec 2016

Jekyll themes

Jekyll is a static web-site generator powered by Ruby. Eventually you create your content in human friendly formant (YML) and Jekyll generates HTML for the website. You don’t need to use a database, easy to maintain the content and this is extremely secure, since your content is just commited to a git repository (for example Github).

Jekyll is a static web-site generator powered by Ruby. Eventually you create your content in human friendly formant (YML) and Jekyll generates HTML for the website. You don’t need to use a database, easy to maintain the content and this is extremely secure, since your content is just commited to a git repository (for example Github).

This is solution works well for small and middle-sized websites, especially personal blogs. And using Github pages you can host such a website for free.

Recently I created two themes for Jekyll, you are welcome to re-use them and/or contribute to the correspondent repositories: