My blog is designed with Zurb Foundation. It's automatically built into a static site by Jekyll and deployed to Linode each time I
rake deploy. I keep it in GitHub as another Jekyll example, and as a backup.
_audio/ and some of the stuff in
assets/ is mine. The rest of the stuff is either somebody else's, or free for you to use.
Careful downloading/cloning this repository - that
_audio folder is a couple gigabytes of data.
There are a few rake tasks (kept in
Rakefile) available to help make common tasks easier:
- See all available rake tasks:
- Build the site:
- Build & deploy the site:
rake deploy(customized for my server)
- Run Jekyll server:
rake dev(equivalent to
jekyll --server --auto)
- List all draft posts:
- Create a new draft post: