You're looking at it! This is my portfolio website written in
Markdown, generated by
Jekyll, and hosted on GitHub pages.
Jekylland then deployed on GitHub Pages.
Liquid, and styled by
Liquidtemplating engine is used to dynamically generate content and pages.
Why build websites when you can generate them? Add in free hosting and you’ve got a winner. At least this was my thinking when I made this thing.
Jekyll - a static site generator - allows me to write simple
Markdown files which are automatically converted into static webpages when pushed to my GitHub pages repo.
Liquid also makes dynamic tagging possible. Try it, click here
Markdownfiles, spruce them up with a little
HTML, and deploy.
Jekyllgenerate process is run when pushed to the repo. A simple, free, setup-less deployment process.
Jekyllgenerates the final web pages whilst
Liquiddynamically links to them.