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Jekyll Lens

Lens

A Jekyll website for photographers and photo bloggers.

Lens is a photo gallery Jekyll theme designed specially for photographers and photo bloggers.

Jekyll Lens uses Jekyll Static Site Generator (SSG) to generate the website and GitHub Pages to host it.

Features

Free & Easy setup
No coding required

You won't need any expensive server, just to host a photo blog. You don't even need to code anything. Just follow the steps below to setup your photo blog in minutes.

Get Started

  1. Fork this repository by clicking the Fork button at the top right.

  2. Enable GitHub Pages from the repository settings.
    Your site will be automatically generated and published at https://<username>.github.io/<repository_name>. You can also add your custom domain if you want.
    (For more details visit: GitHub Pages).

  3. Modify the _config.yml file to your liking.
    More information on each key in the _config.yml file has been described in the file itself, as comments.

  4. Upload your pictures in the gallery folder (and remove the default ones if you want).

  5. Now, visit your website and see the magic! 🎉

If you liked this project, please ⭐ Star this repository to show your love.

Have any questions?

If you have a bug or an idea, feel free to open a new issue.

Want to contribute?

If you want to contribute, make your changes or enhancements and open a pull request.

Feedback and bug reports are not only welcome, but strongly encouraged. 😄

Credits

The HTML5 version of Lens template is designed by HTML5UP. A special thanks to them for the design, which I further enhanced for use with Jekyll.

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