I hired some writers to create content for my business and they know and understand how to use markdown and html. Further, we all use Grammarly to remove spelling and grammatical mistakes, along with helping us with writing better content.
However, posting on Jekyll is a challenge. Usually, our posts have at least one image (a featured/cover image), and sometimes other tables and figures. I do not want my content writers to worry using Jekyll + GitHub Pages + Git + creating images + linking to said images. They are great writers and not technical and just want to write as if they are in a basic word processor (similar to writing content in Wordpress).
This made me wonder if there are any front-end tools for writing Jekyll articles that will allow you to write the post, with images, and then have it automatically post the code to the GitHub repo and commit those changes.
Does such a tool exist and or are there ways to cobble such a solution together?