Learning Static Site Building with Jekyll

Learning Static Site Building with Jekyll

Learning Static Site Building with Jekyll is an Beginner level study on Web, created by the author, Nate Barbettini. This study is an essential foundation for a person who needs to sharpen his/her Web skills. It gives you a thorough grip on CMS, Web, Amazon Web Services, GitHub, CMS, Web, Amazon Web Services and GitHub.

Free Download - Learning Static Site Building with Jekyll
Author Nate Barbettini
Publish Date 12/14/2018
Skill Beginner
Duration 1h 25m
Topic Amazon Web Services
Video Tutorials 44
Last Update N/A

Websites are a key part of modern business. Having a professional-looking website adds legitimacy to everything you sell and say. Jekyll is a free, Ruby-based static site generator that can help you build a simple website in minutes—without any plugins or advanced programming. In fact, you may find the static websites you build with Jekyll are dramatically faster, cheaper, and more secure than those built with dynamic platforms like WordPress. In this course, instructor Nate Barbettini explains how to build professional-looking, cloud-hosted websites with Jekyll. Learn how to set up Jekyll, choose a template, add posts and pages, and build your site. Nate also discusses the various deployment options available for publishing: FTP, Amazon Web Services, and hosting services like Netlify. Plus, learn how to set up a custom domain with a secure HTTPS connection in Netlify.

Topics include:

  • Advantages of static sites
  • Installing Jekyll and Git
  • Creating a new Jekyll site
  • Installing themes
  • Adding posts, pages, and static content
  • Setting up for deployment with GitHub, Travis CI, Node, and npm
  • Deploying to FTP, AWS, and Netlify
  • Adding a custom, secure domain

Learning Static Site Building with Jekyll : Video Lessons

  • Build a static site with Jekyll35s
  • What you should know58s
  • How static sites work1m 55s
  • Advantages of static sites1m 20s
  • When to use static sites55s
  • Choosing a static site tool2m 13s
  • Why Jekyll?59s
  • Install Jekyll1m 2s
  • Install Git29s
  • Create a new Jekyll site2m
  • Preview the site1m 31s
  • Install a theme2m 23s
  • The site configuration file2m 31s
  • Add a post2m 28s
  • Edit front matter content1m 35s
  • Add a page1m 55s
  • Add static content1m 46s
  • Customize the error page49s
  • Generate the site files1m 27s
  • Learn more about Jekyll41s
  • Publishing options for static sites1m 45s
  • Set up GitHub1m 46s
  • Set up Travis CI2m 44s
  • Get a domain name44s
  • Choose your deployment option27s
  • Deploy via FTP overview2m 2s
  • Set up Node and npm1m 40s
  • Connect to the server7m 21s
  • Collect the local files4m 51s
  • Remove old files from the server5m 39s
  • Upload the site content2m 43s
  • Deploy via FTP with Travis CI3m 10s
  • FTP next steps1m 2s
  • Deploy to AWS overview1m 53s
  • Set up Amazon S31m 54s
  • Set up Amazon CloudFront4m 8s
  • Configure DNS1m 24s
  • Define an AWS user3m 24s
  • Deploy to AWS with Travis CI4m 23s
  • Deploy with Netlify overview1m
  • Deploy your site with Netlify42s
  • Add a custom domain and HTTPS27s
  • Deployment recap32s
  • Next steps39s

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