Tag Archives: Jekyll

Reclaiming Jekyll (Two Years Later)

Two years ago Tim wrote a great post detailing how you can get Jekyll up and running in shared hosting on Reclaim Hosting.* I’m late to this party, obviously, but playing with Grav recently led me back into Github thanks to … Continue reading

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Starting at the Beginning

Cross-posted on my Reclaim Your Domain blog. For over four years I’ve been daydreaming about taking stock of all my digital work out there and starting to organize and archive it. Unfortunately that’s an increasingly bigger and more complex task … Continue reading

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Reclaiming Jekyll on GitHub

Jekyll is your page and blog template framework… —Kin Lane I actually got my Reclaim Your Domain blog up and running on Jekyll through GitHub. I’ve been experimenting with mapping a domain on GitHub and getting a basic Jekyll site up … Continue reading

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I’m No Doctor of Jekyll

While sick during the week I decided to explore how I could map a domain on GitHub and get up and running with Jekyll, the static-file blog application that runs on GitHub. It took me most of the day, but … Continue reading

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