What is Jekyll?
Jekyll is a static website builder, it assembeles and combines multiple pages to form one unified HTML page. Jekyll uses YAML language to organize the structure of the page. Markdown language, which is a text-to-HTML converter, makes webpages easy to write and adapt.
Jekyll is writen in Ruby and can be installed using
gem. On a Linux machine that already has Ruby installed, Jekyll can be installed as the following:
Now you can visualize the page using http://localhost:4000
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