I’m trying to contribute to a project I like, so I’ve installed a docker container version of Jekyll so that I can make changes, see the changes update live, and then submit a PR with the new content.
Everything has been working fabulously. I’ve been super impressed at how easy Jekyll is to write static pages and make a website and plan to use it myself in the future as it’s just so dang easy.
That said, my current install/container has stopped serving the website files. I’ve stopped and removed the container numerous times to try and make it work, delete the _site generated folder. Even when I created a new folder. pulled the projects docs fresh from the repo and pointed the container at it I just get:
The following is my compose snippet:
jekyll: container_name: jekyll image: jekyll/jekyll:latest command: jekyll serve --baseurl "https://domain.com" --watch --force_polling --verbose --livereload profiles: - isolation security_opt: - no-new-privileges:true networks: - Mars restart: always volumes: - $DOCKER_APPDATA/jekyll/mainsail_original/mainsail/docs:/srv/jekyll ports: - 5676:4000