You can browse the repo at https://github.com/hlaueriksson/conductofcode.io
After installing Jekyll you can create a new blog with the command:
jekyll new <path>
Take a look at the Quick-start Instructions on jekyllrb.com for more information.
If you don’t like the command line, consider using Jekyll Now.
Update these files with your own content:
My configuration ended up like this:
I added Google Analytics and changed the permalinks to my liking.
jekyll-gist gems are also nice features to add.
Consider adding these files:
GitHub Pages supports custom 404 pages.
robots.txt file may contain a link to the sitemap, generated by the
Get youself a domain and add a
CNAME file to the root of the repo.
CNAME file for this blog looks like this:
Then refer to the documentation about using a custom domain with GitHub Pages.
In my case I followed the instructions for configuring
A records with your DNS provider.
Then it should only be a matter of time until your domain begins to resolve to your Jekyll site on GitHub Pages.
Smashing Magazine had a great article about Static Website Generators.
I have decided not to include comments on the site, yet. Should I?