This lesson is for you if you’d like an entirely free, easy-to-maintain, preservation-friendly, secure website over which you have full control, such as a scholarly blog, project website, or online portfolio. At the end of this lesson, you’ll have learned to use technology including Jekyll static site generation and GitHub Pages hosting to create a basic live website where you can publish content that other people can visit.
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Date of this Version
Visconti, Amanda, "Building a static website with Jekyll and GitHub Pages" (2016). Libraries Faculty and Staff Scholarship and Research. Paper 133.