Jekyll Basics is a simple boilerplate for Jekyll websites with a few (opinionated) best practices in mind:
Make sure you have Ruby 2.1.0 or higher installed:
gem install github-pages
If that doesn't work for you, try the GitHub help.
Run the site:
Then go to http://localhost:4000. This will overload the Jekyll configuration (
_config.yml) with the dev settings (
_config-dev.yml) and make sure it uses the increment build option.
For more details, see the
Jekyll Basics comes with Jekyll+ set up by default.
If you're on GitHub pages, you should be able to show the edit button by appending
?jekyllplus=true to the URL. For example: https://wiredcraft.github.io/jekyll-basics/?jekyllplus=true
If needed, you can set it up manually at the end of the
_config.yml file by setting