I talked about using categories to make a post sticky. This eats up a
category, though, and can make the post’s permalink look silly.
Just a quick note so I don’t lose this:
UPDATE: This scheme described here doesn’t actually work all that
well. What I’m going to suggest is look at the jekyll plugin
hawkins for a really simple and
working method to get live reloading with everything working in
A question that gets raised frequently in the #jekyll channel on
freenode is: “What can I use that makes it easy for users / clients to
maintian their content?”.
Just posted on G+ today, a cool new site providing tips for working
with our beloved Jekyll:
I’ve put out a new release of Jekyllpress, my Thor script to help
create new jekyll posts and pages.
Way back in 2010, a blog post outlined a means to
re-use your Rails application layout in your Jekyll static web
site. This is an interesting exercise at least, and still relevant
today, in 2015.