Jekyll

Jekyll

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About Jekyll

Jekyll is a simple, blog aware, static site generator.

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Jekyll Pros

GitHub Pages offers free hosting with a github.io subdomain

Can use HTML to set up your page templates

and markdown for your blog posts

Has a built in server

Code highlighting with pygments

Excels at blogging

Decent documentation

Import your existing blog from many sources

Has built in watch mode

Large

active and helpful community

Customisable with data and collections

Jekyll Cons

It's slow for sites with a lot of posts

Little Windows support

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