Posted in Notes on 1 February 2019

This site is now running on Github Pages using Jekyll.

Where WordPress was a content management system Jekyll is a static site generator. It reads content in the form of .md (markdown) files and templates in the form of .html files and churns out a complete static website.

I’m still getting the hang of it.


While working locally test changes using

bundle exec jekyll serve

The site can be viewed on


To push to the live Github Pages site

$ bundle exec jekyll build

$ git add -A

$ git commit -m "Message"

$ git push

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