Jekyll for GitHub pages
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  • jekyll-avatar
  • jekyll-coffeescript
  • jekyll-default-layout
  • jekyll-feed
  • jekyll-gist
  • jekyll-github-metadata
  • jekyll-mentions
  • jekyll-optional-front-matter
  • jekyll-paginate
  • jekyll-readme-index
  • jekyll-redirect-from
  • jekyll-relative-links
  • jekyll-sass-converter
  • jekyll-seo-tag
  • jekyll-sitemap

As of github-pages v156. For an updated list, see: Dependency versions (pages.github.com)

Configuration

Configuration

plugins:
  - jekyll-github-metadata

repository: username/project

Put this in your _config.yml.
See: Repository metadata on GitHub pages

Listing repos

Listing repos

{% for repository in site.github.public_repositories %}
  <a href='{{ repository.html_url }}'>
    {{ repository.name }}
  </a>
{% endfor %}

Configuration

Configuration

plugins:
  - jekyll-gist

See: jekyll-gist

Usage

Usage

{% gist parkr/c08ee0f2726fd0e3909d %}

This places a Gist in your page.

Configuration

Configuration

plugins:
  - jekyll-mentions

See: jekyll-mentions

Usage

Usage

Hey @rstacruz, what do you think of this?

Just mention anyone in any page. Their names will be turned into links.

Configuration

Configuration

plugins:
    - jekyll-redirect-from

See: jekyll-redirect-from

Usage

Usage

---
redirect_from:
  - /foo
---

Place on any page.

Redirecting

Redirecting

---
redirect_to:
  - /foo
---

Place on any page.
See: redirect to

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