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Main topic: Wiki Engine
Founded by: Wiki engine founder
(founder and CTO, etc)
Owner / CEO: Owner and/or CEO
(owner and/or CEO)
Interface language: English
Programming language: Ruby
Software license: MIT license
Status: Active
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Jekyll is a simplistic software package compiled in Ruby. Created by the co-founder of GitHub,[1] it is released as open source under the terms of the MIT license. Although primarily a blog publishing software,[1] 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,[1] and requires no database for storage, instead supports loading content from YAML, JSON, CSV, and TSV files.[2]

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.[3]

Jekyll is sponsored by the Open Collective.[1]

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 Jekyll;; accessed 10 August 2021.
  2. Data files;; Jekyll; accessed 10 August 2021.
  3. GitHub Pages;; Jekyll; accessed 10 August 2021.
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