I have built a temp landing page for eazyprint.co.uk using jekyll and foundation 6.4, this was all built with includes and front matter.
Looks great. How did you integrate Jekyll and Foundation?
I downloaded the sass version of foundation from git hub and just copy and pasted the files in the relevant folders…not so straight forward but once I got it working it’s was great
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My personal site - I use it as a way to highlight some of my favorite projects. Although there isn’t much content right now, I’m pretty happy with the design.
Like the simplicity and clarity! Can I ask if you designed / built this yourself or is it a theme you used?
Thanks! Designed and developed this one myself
My Jekyll website about Jekyll, hosted on Github. It includes a blog, reading-time-indicator, share-buttons, follow-buttons, a lightbox, an image gallery, breadcrumbs, open-embed simulation, simple content buttons and more… all of which are easy to re-use (using includes).
The Classic-Jekyll-Theme has undergone a major rewrite. The code base documentation was improved, and the generated code is quite readable.
The build-in menu generator now supports menus 3 levels deep and the banner can be fixed to the top of the page.
To see it in operation, check out the new site at:
Let me know what you think feedback welcome
Meet StaticPages, a great new platform to operate Jekyll-powered blogs, publications, company pages, marketing landing pages and whatnot. This landing page for the platform itself has been made using Jekyll (3.5.0) and a free Coming Soon theme (slightly customized) by Revolthemes.
Converting HTML-only theme pages into Markdown were nothing but pure fun - it took me some includes, data files to keep repeated blocks (features and credits) under control. The rest was quite straightforward, split into pages and sections - easy and quick.
In addition to that I rolled out a customized flavor of Puma web server + Google Firebase to deliver lightning-fast R.S.V.P (or Subscribe) end-user experience that allows keep customers data private, sounds & safe while serving pages over free SSL certificate by LetsEncrypt.
To make it sound even cooler, the landing page actually runs inside a Docker container and yields quite impressive performance metrics.
To make it run I used quite a few of open-source projects and hand-written backend code.
Hope you will like it and your feedback as always is much appreciated!