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Data Bytes - Building Static Pages with Jekyll

This workshop will focus on creating static websites with Jekyll. Jekyll is a software that creates a “static website” that combines templates with specific content to generate full HTML pages for site visitors. We’ll learn how to create websites and use GitHub to version control them. Jekyll is easy to customize and is ideal for writing content across multiple pages with similar templates. Content in Jekyll can be written either in HTML or in Markdown. In this workshop, we’ll set up a site using Jekyll and GitHub. A separate workshop on Markdown will follow later in the week for those who are interested in learning to write content for their sites.

Presented by Brandon Katzir, Assistant Professor and Digital Services Librarian at the Edmon Low Library. This is offered as a 2-part series with the "Data Bytes - Getting Started with Markdown" workshop on November 18th.

Date:
Wednesday, November 16, 2022
Time:
12:00pm - 1:30pm
Location:
Online
Categories:
Instruction
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