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{{Article summary text|Jekyll is a simple static site generator written in Ruby and developed by GitHub co-founder [http://tom.preston-werner.com/ Tom Preston-Werner]. This page provides a verbose tutorial to install and configure Jekyll for both inexperienced and advanced users.}}
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[http://jekyllrb.com/ Jekyll] is a simple, blog aware, static site generator written in Ruby and developed by GitHub co-founder [http://tom.preston-werner.com/ Tom Preston-Werner]. It takes a template directory (representing the raw form of a website), runs it through Textile or Markdown and Liquid converters, and spits out a complete, static website suitable for serving with Apache or your favorite web server. It is the engine behind [http://pages.github.com/ GitHub Pages].
{{Article summary heading|Required software}}
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{{Article summary link|RedCloth|http://redcloth.org/}}
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{{Article summary link|Liquid|http://www.liquidmarkup.org/}}
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{{Article summary link|Classifier|http://classifier.rubyforge.org/}}
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{{Article summary link|Maruku|http://maruku.rubyforge.org/maruku.html}}
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{{Article summary link|Pygments|http://pygments.org/}}
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{{Article summary link|Directory Watcher|http://rubygems.org/gems/directory_watcher}}
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{{Article summary end}}
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[http://jekyllrb.com/ Jekyll] is "a simple, blog aware, static site generator. It takes a template directory (representing the raw form of a website), runs it through Textile or Markdown and Liquid converters, and spits out a complete, static website suitable for serving with Apache or your favorite web server. This is also the engine behind [http://pages.github.com/ GitHub Pages], which you can use to host your project’s page or blog right here from GitHub." [https://github.com/mojombo/jekyll/wikiGitHub]
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Werner announced the release of Jekyll on [http://tom.preston-werner.com/2008/11/17/blogging-like-a-hacker.html his website] on November 17, 2008.
 
Werner announced the release of Jekyll on [http://tom.preston-werner.com/2008/11/17/blogging-like-a-hacker.html his website] on November 17, 2008.
  
 
== Installation ==
 
== Installation ==
Jekyll can be installed in Arch Linux with the [[Wikipedia:RubyGems|RubyGems]] package manager or using the applicable packages in the [[Arch User Repository]]. Both methods require the Ruby package in [extra] to be installed.
 
  
=== RubyGems (Recommended)===
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Jekyll can be installed in Arch Linux with the [[Wikipedia:RubyGems|RubyGems]] package manager or using the applicable packages in the [[AUR]]. Both methods require the Ruby package in the official repositories to be installed.
{{note|RubyGems 1.8 and above are displaying [https://github.com/rspec/rspec-core/issues/345 numerous uncritical warnings].}}
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The best way to install Jekyll is with [[Ruby#RubyGems|RubyGems]], a package manager for the Ruby programming language. RubyGems is installed alongside the [[Ruby]] package, which is located in the [https://www.archlinux.org/packages/?sort=&repo=Extra&q=ruby&maintainer=&last_update=&flagged=&limit=50 extra repository].
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=== RubyGems (recommended) ===
# pacman -S ruby ruby-docs
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{{Note|RubyGems 1.8 and above are displaying [https://github.com/rspec/rspec-core/issues/345 numerous uncritical warnings].}}
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The best way to install Jekyll is with [[Ruby#RubyGems|RubyGems]], a package manager for the [[Ruby]] programming language. RubyGems is installed alongside the {{Pkg|ruby}} package, which is located in the [[official repositories]].
 
Jekyll can then be installed for all users on the machine using the {{ic|gem}} command as root. Alternative installation methods are available on the [[Ruby#RubyGems|Ruby]] page.
 
Jekyll can then be installed for all users on the machine using the {{ic|gem}} command as root. Alternative installation methods are available on the [[Ruby#RubyGems|Ruby]] page.
  
 
Before installing Jekyll make sure to update RubyGems.
 
Before installing Jekyll make sure to update RubyGems.
  # gem update --system
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  $ gem update
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Then install Jekyll using the {{ic|gem}} command.
 
Then install Jekyll using the {{ic|gem}} command.
# gem install jekyll
 
  
=== Arch User Repository (Alternate) ===
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$ gem install jekyll
Alternately, {{AUR|ruby-jekyll}} can be installed from the [[Arch User Repository]].
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See [[Ruby#RubyGems]] for more information on Gem management in Arch.
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=== AUR (alternate) ===
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Alternately, {{AUR|ruby-jekyll}} can be installed from the [[AUR]].
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=== Rubygems binary repository ===
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[[Install]] ''ruby-jekyll'' from the unofficial [[Unofficial user repositories#quarry|quarry]] repository.
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== Select a markup language==
  
== Select a Markup Language==
 
 
There are numerous different markup languages that are used to define text-to-HTML conversion tools. Jekyll has two defaults; [[Wikipedia:Textile (markup language)|Textile]] and [http://daringfireball.net/projects/markdown/ Markdown]. Implementations of both are required as dependencies of Jekyll.
 
There are numerous different markup languages that are used to define text-to-HTML conversion tools. Jekyll has two defaults; [[Wikipedia:Textile (markup language)|Textile]] and [http://daringfireball.net/projects/markdown/ Markdown]. Implementations of both are required as dependencies of Jekyll.
  
 
=== Textile ===
 
=== Textile ===
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[[Wikipedia:Textile (markup language)|Textile]] is a markup language used by Jekyll.
 
[[Wikipedia:Textile (markup language)|Textile]] is a markup language used by Jekyll.
 
{{note|RedCloth, a module for using the Textile markup language in Ruby, fails to install with gcc 4.6.0 (see: [http://jgarber.lighthouseapp.com/projects/13054/tickets/215-native-ext-compilation-failure RedCloth Ticket 215] and [http://jgarber.lighthouseapp.com/projects/13054/tickets/219-427-installation-issue-on-arch-linux-x64 219]). It is recommended that you install the current stable version 4.2.2 by {{ic|gem install RedCloth --version 4.2.2}}.}}
 
{{note|RedCloth, a module for using the Textile markup language in Ruby, fails to install with gcc 4.6.0 (see: [http://jgarber.lighthouseapp.com/projects/13054/tickets/215-native-ext-compilation-failure RedCloth Ticket 215] and [http://jgarber.lighthouseapp.com/projects/13054/tickets/219-427-installation-issue-on-arch-linux-x64 219]). It is recommended that you install the current stable version 4.2.2 by {{ic|gem install RedCloth --version 4.2.2}}.}}
  
 
=== Markdown ===
 
=== Markdown ===
[http://daringfireball.net/projects/markdown/ Markdown] is a markup language and text-to-HTML conversion tool developed in Perl by [http://daringfireball.net/ John Gruber]. A Perl and a Python implementation of Markdown can be found in [community], while numerous other implementations are available in the [https://aur.archlinux.org/packages.php?O=0&K=markdown&do_Search=Go AUR]. The default implementation of Markdown in Jekyll is [http://maruku.rubyforge.org/index.html Maruku].
 
  
Additionally, it has been implemented in C as [http://www.pell.portland.or.us/~orc/Code/discount/ Discount] by [http://www.pell.portland.or.us/~orc/ David Parsons] and a Ruby extension was written by [http://tomayko.com/ Ryan Tomayko] as [https://github.com/rtomayko/rdiscount RDiscount]. You can install RDiscount with Rubygems as root '''or''' through the [https://aur.archlinux.org/packages.php?ID=34706 AUR].
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[http://daringfireball.net/projects/markdown/ Markdown] is a markup language and text-to-HTML conversion tool developed in Perl by [http://daringfireball.net/ John Gruber]. A Perl and a Python implementation of Markdown can be found in the official repositories, while numerous other implementations are available in the [https://aur.archlinux.org/packages.php?O=0&K=markdown&do_Search=Go AUR]. The [https://github.com/jekyll/jekyll/pull/1988 default implementation] of Markdown in Jekyll is [http://kramdown.gettalong.org/ kramdown].
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Additionally, it has been implemented in C as [http://www.pell.portland.or.us/~orc/Code/discount/ Discount] by [http://www.pell.portland.or.us/~orc/ David Parsons] and a Ruby extension was written by [http://tomayko.com/ Ryan Tomayko] as [https://github.com/rtomayko/rdiscount RDiscount]. You can install RDiscount with Rubygems as root '''or''' through {{Pkg|ruby-rdiscount}} package.
 
  # gem install rdiscount -s <nowiki>http://gemcutter.org</nowiki>
 
  # gem install rdiscount -s <nowiki>http://gemcutter.org</nowiki>
 
Then add the following line to your {{ic|_config.yml}}.
 
Then add the following line to your {{ic|_config.yml}}.
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== Configuration ==
 
== Configuration ==
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A default Jekyll directory tree looks like the following, where "." denotes the root directory of your Jeykll generated website.
 
A default Jekyll directory tree looks like the following, where "." denotes the root directory of your Jeykll generated website.
 
  .
 
  .
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== Usage ==
 
== Usage ==
Next you need to create templates that Jekyll can process. These templates make use of the Liquid templating system to input data. For a full explanation check [https://github.com/mojombo/jekyll/wiki/template-data GitHub].
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Next you need to create templates that Jekyll can process. These templates make use of the Liquid templating system to input data. For a full explanation check [http://jekyllrb.com/docs/variables/ GitHub].
  
 
Additionally, each file besides {{ic|/_layouts/layout.html}} requires a [https://github.com/mojombo/jekyll/wiki/yaml-front-matter YAML Front Matter] heading.
 
Additionally, each file besides {{ic|/_layouts/layout.html}} requires a [https://github.com/mojombo/jekyll/wiki/yaml-front-matter YAML Front Matter] heading.
  
=== Create Index Layout ===
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=== Create index layout ===
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This is a basic template for your {{ic|index.html}}, which is used to render your website's index page.
 
This is a basic template for your {{ic|index.html}}, which is used to render your website's index page.
 
{{bc|<nowiki>
 
{{bc|<nowiki>
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</nowiki>}}
 
</nowiki>}}
  
=== Create General Website Layout ===
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=== Create general website layout ===
This is a basic template for your website's general layout. It will be referenced in the [[Wikipedia:YAML|YAML]] Front Matter blocks of each file (see: [[#Creating a Post|Creating a Post]]).
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This is a basic template for your website's general layout. It will be referenced in the [[Wikipedia:YAML|YAML]] Front Matter blocks of each file (see: [[#Creating a post|Creating a Post]]).
 
{{hc|_layouts/layout.html|<nowiki>
 
{{hc|_layouts/layout.html|<nowiki>
 
<!DOCTYPE HTML>
 
<!DOCTYPE HTML>
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</nowiki>}}
 
</nowiki>}}
  
=== Create Post Layout ===
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=== Create post layout ===
This is a basic template for each of your posts. Again, this will be referenced in the [[Wikipedia:YAML|YAML]] Front Matter blocks of each file (see: [[#Creating a Post|Creating a Post]]).
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This is a basic template for each of your posts. Again, this will be referenced in the [[Wikipedia:YAML|YAML]] Front Matter blocks of each file (see: [[#Creating a post|Creating a Post]]).
 
{{hc|_layouts/post.html|<nowiki>
 
{{hc|_layouts/post.html|<nowiki>
 
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</nowiki>}}
 
</nowiki>}}
  
=== Creating a Post ===
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=== Creating a post ===
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The content of each blog post will be contained within a file inside of the {{ic|_posts}} directorys. To use the default naming convention each file should be saved with the year, month, date, post title and end with the *.md or *.textile depending on the markup language used (e.g. {{ic|2010-02-13-early-userspace-in-arch-linux.textile}}). The date defined in the filename will be used as the published date in the post. Additionally, the filename will be used to generate the permalink (i.e. /categories/year/month/day/title.html). To use an alternate permalink style or create your own review the explanation on [https://github.com/mojombo/jekyll/wiki/Permalinks GitHub].
 
The content of each blog post will be contained within a file inside of the {{ic|_posts}} directorys. To use the default naming convention each file should be saved with the year, month, date, post title and end with the *.md or *.textile depending on the markup language used (e.g. {{ic|2010-02-13-early-userspace-in-arch-linux.textile}}). The date defined in the filename will be used as the published date in the post. Additionally, the filename will be used to generate the permalink (i.e. /categories/year/month/day/title.html). To use an alternate permalink style or create your own review the explanation on [https://github.com/mojombo/jekyll/wiki/Permalinks GitHub].
  
 
== Test ==
 
== Test ==
To generate a static HTML website based on your Textile or Markdown documents run {{ic|jekyll}}. To simultaneously test the generated HTML website run Jekyll with the {{ic|--server}} flag.
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  $ jekyll --server
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To generate a static HTML website based on your Textile or Markdown documents run {{ic|jekyll}}. To simultaneously test the generated HTML website run Jekyll with the {{ic|--serve}} flag.
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  $ jekyll serve
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or if you want jekyll to watch for file changes
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$ jekyll serve --watch
 
It is recommended to define server options in your {{ic|_config.yml}}. The default will start a server on port 4000, which can be accessed in your web browser at {{ic|localhost:4000}}.
 
It is recommended to define server options in your {{ic|_config.yml}}. The default will start a server on port 4000, which can be accessed in your web browser at {{ic|localhost:4000}}.
  
 
== See also ==
 
== See also ==
*[[Wikipedia: YAML|YAML]]
 
*[[Wikipedia: Textile (markup language)|Textile]]
 
 
== References ==
 
*[http://danielmcgraw.com/2011/04/14/The-Ultimate-Guide-To-Getting-Started-With-Jekyll-Part-1/ Installation Tutorial] by Daniel McGraw
 
*[http://danielmcgraw.com/2011/04/18/The-Ultimate-Guide-To-Getting-Started-With-Jekyll-Part-2/ Configuration Tutorial] by Daniel McGraw
 
*[http://philipm.at/2011/0507/ Jekyll vs. Hyde] by Philip Mateescu
 
  
== Examples ==
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* [[Wikipedia: YAML|YAML]]
Websites created with Jekyll can be found on [https://github.com/mojombo/jekyll/wiki/sites GitHub].
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* [[Wikipedia: Textile (markup language)|Textile]]
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* [http://danielmcgraw.com/2011/04/14/The-Ultimate-Guide-To-Getting-Started-With-Jekyll-Part-1/ Installation Tutorial] by Daniel McGraw
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* [http://danielmcgraw.com/2011/04/18/The-Ultimate-Guide-To-Getting-Started-With-Jekyll-Part-2/ Configuration Tutorial] by Daniel McGraw
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* [http://philipm.at/2011/0507/ Jekyll vs. Hyde] by Philip Mateescu
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* Websites created with Jekyll can be found on [https://github.com/mojombo/jekyll/wiki/sites GitHub]
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* '''Required software:
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** http://redcloth.org - RedCloth
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** http://www.liquidmarkup.org/ - Liquid
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** http://classifier.rubyforge.org/ - Classifier
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** http://maruku.rubyforge.org/maruku.html - Maruku
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** http://pygments.org/ - Pygments
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** http://rubygems.org/gems/directory_watcher - Directory Watcher

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Jekyll is a simple, blog aware, static site generator written in Ruby and developed by GitHub co-founder Tom Preston-Werner. It takes a template directory (representing the raw form of a website), runs it through Textile or Markdown and Liquid converters, and spits out a complete, static website suitable for serving with Apache or your favorite web server. It is the engine behind GitHub Pages.

Werner announced the release of Jekyll on his website on November 17, 2008.

Installation

Jekyll can be installed in Arch Linux with the RubyGems package manager or using the applicable packages in the AUR. Both methods require the Ruby package in the official repositories to be installed.

RubyGems (recommended)

Note: RubyGems 1.8 and above are displaying numerous uncritical warnings.

The best way to install Jekyll is with RubyGems, a package manager for the Ruby programming language. RubyGems is installed alongside the ruby package, which is located in the official repositories. Jekyll can then be installed for all users on the machine using the gem command as root. Alternative installation methods are available on the Ruby page.

Before installing Jekyll make sure to update RubyGems.

$ gem update

Then install Jekyll using the gem command.

$ gem install jekyll

See Ruby#RubyGems for more information on Gem management in Arch.

AUR (alternate)

Alternately, ruby-jekyllAUR can be installed from the AUR.

Rubygems binary repository

Install ruby-jekyll from the unofficial quarry repository.

Select a markup language

There are numerous different markup languages that are used to define text-to-HTML conversion tools. Jekyll has two defaults; Textile and Markdown. Implementations of both are required as dependencies of Jekyll.

Textile

Textile is a markup language used by Jekyll.

Note: RedCloth, a module for using the Textile markup language in Ruby, fails to install with gcc 4.6.0 (see: RedCloth Ticket 215 and 219). It is recommended that you install the current stable version 4.2.2 by gem install RedCloth --version 4.2.2.

Markdown

Markdown is a markup language and text-to-HTML conversion tool developed in Perl by John Gruber. A Perl and a Python implementation of Markdown can be found in the official repositories, while numerous other implementations are available in the AUR. The default implementation of Markdown in Jekyll is kramdown.

Additionally, it has been implemented in C as Discount by David Parsons and a Ruby extension was written by Ryan Tomayko as RDiscount. You can install RDiscount with Rubygems as root or through ruby-rdiscount package.

# gem install rdiscount -s http://gemcutter.org

Then add the following line to your _config.yml.

markdown: rdiscount

If you are unfamiliar with Markdown, Gruber's website presents an excellent introduction. Additionally, you can try out Markdown using Gruber's online conversion tool.

Configuration

A default Jekyll directory tree looks like the following, where "." denotes the root directory of your Jeykll generated website.

.
|-- _config.yml
|-- _layouts
|   |-- default.html
|   `-- post.html
|-- _posts
|   |-- 2010-02-13-early-userspace-in-arch-linux.textile
|   `-- 2011-05-29-arch-linux-usb-install-and-rescue-media.textile
|-- _site
`-- index.html

A default file structure is available from Daniel McGraw's Jekyll-Base page on GitHub.

Note: McGraw has also setup a more extensive default file structure on GitHub.

The _config.yml file stores configuration data. It includes numerous configuration settings, which may also be called as flags. Full explanation and a default configuration can be found on GitHub.

Once you have configured your _config.yml to your liking you need to create the files that will be processed by Jekyll to generate the website.

Usage

Next you need to create templates that Jekyll can process. These templates make use of the Liquid templating system to input data. For a full explanation check GitHub.

Additionally, each file besides /_layouts/layout.html requires a YAML Front Matter heading.

Create index layout

This is a basic template for your index.html, which is used to render your website's index page.

---
layout: layout
title: Jekyll Base
---

<div class="content">
  <div class="related">
    <ul>
      {% for post in site.posts %}
      <li>
	<span>{{ post.date | date: "%B %e, %Y" }}</span> <a href="{{ post.url }}">{{ post.title }}</a>
      </li>
      {% endfor %}
    </ul>
  </div>
</div>

Create general website layout

This is a basic template for your website's general layout. It will be referenced in the YAML Front Matter blocks of each file (see: Creating a Post).

_layouts/layout.html
<!DOCTYPE HTML>

<html>
  <head>
    <meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html; charset=UTF-8" />
    <meta name="author" content="Your Name" />
    <title>{{ page.title }}</title>
  </head>
  <body>
    <header>
      <h1><a href="/">Jekyll Base</a></h1>
    </header>
    <section>
      {{ content }}
    </section>
  </body>
</html>

Create post layout

This is a basic template for each of your posts. Again, this will be referenced in the YAML Front Matter blocks of each file (see: Creating a Post).

_layouts/post.html
---
layout: layout
title: sample title
---

<div class="content">
  <div id="post">
    <h1>{{ post.title }}</h1>
    {{ content }}
  </div>
</div>

Creating a post

The content of each blog post will be contained within a file inside of the _posts directorys. To use the default naming convention each file should be saved with the year, month, date, post title and end with the *.md or *.textile depending on the markup language used (e.g. 2010-02-13-early-userspace-in-arch-linux.textile). The date defined in the filename will be used as the published date in the post. Additionally, the filename will be used to generate the permalink (i.e. /categories/year/month/day/title.html). To use an alternate permalink style or create your own review the explanation on GitHub.

Test

To generate a static HTML website based on your Textile or Markdown documents run jekyll. To simultaneously test the generated HTML website run Jekyll with the --serve flag.

$ jekyll serve

or if you want jekyll to watch for file changes

$ jekyll serve --watch

It is recommended to define server options in your _config.yml. The default will start a server on port 4000, which can be accessed in your web browser at localhost:4000.

See also