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Jekyll is a simplistic software package compiled in Ruby. Created by the co-founder of GitHub, it is released as open source under the terms of the MIT license. Although primarily a blog publishing software, due to its option for in-page (including section) editing, Jekyll also functions as a great wiki engine. Jekyll is able to render by utilising Markdown or Textile and Liquid templates, and requires no database for storage, instead supports loading content from YAML, JSON, CSV, and TSV files.
Jekyll can be customised by way of CSS, including Bootstrap, and semantic functions. Sites created in Jekyll can also be connected to cloud-based CMS software such as CloudCannon, Forestry, Netlify, or Siteleaf; and this also enables editors to modify site content without having to know how to code. Notably, Jekyll is the software engine used by GitHub Pages from GitHub, Inc.
Jekyll is sponsored by the Open Collective.
- Jekyll; OpenCollective.com; accessed 10 August 2021.
- Data files; JekyllRb.com; Jekyll; accessed 10 August 2021.
- GitHub Pages; JekyllRb.com; Jekyll; accessed 10 August 2021.
- External links
- Jekyll — at GitHub.com
- Jekyll resources — at JekyllRb.com
- Jekyll command line usage — at JekyllRb.com
- Jekyll showcase — at JekyllRb.com
- Jekyll history — at JekyllRb.com
- Jekyll Themes — at JekyllThemes.dev
- Jekyll — at the English Wikipedia
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