maybe you have a baseurl set? check the site in the chrome inspector console to see if the css is 404’ing and check what the path is.
Yes, I’m getting a FILE NOT FOUND ERROR. no baseurl set or 404.
when i looked the path seems right to me though.
/assets/css/styles.css <- this is same as tutorial
…/assets/js/hodgepodge.js <- this should be equivalent?
Also markdown isn’t working for my blog posts.
this is an example header of one of my blog posts.
categories: [writing, so good]
tags: [product review]
repo to look at? and link to live site?
you’re sure the css file is called styles.css?
link to live site: https://mgnica.keybase.pub/website/index.html
link to repo: https://keybase.pub/mgnica/website/
when I ran
jekyll build and
jekyll serve it showed the proper thing in localhost:4000 though
whatever host you are using is serving from a subfolder so you still need a baseurl value, this time it is
the site is trying to load css from
https://mgnica.keybase.pub/assets/css/styles.css when it is really