A nifty boilerplate for Jekyll made magnificent with the help of Bulma.
- Bulma 0.8.0
- jQuery 3.2.1
- Dependency management: yarn
- Asset pipeline: jekyll-assets
- HTML compression: compress.html
- Testing: html-proofer
- Analytics: Google Analytics
- Contact page
- Honeypot and reCAPTCHA implemented to thwart spam-bots
Your development environment should have ruby and the gem package manager setup already.
- Install bundler
gem install bundler
- Install yarn
$ bundle install $ yarn install $ bundle exec jekyll serve
Add your email address
$ bundle exec rake email Please type in an email address then press ENTER/RETURN email@example.com Installation: Update src/_config.yml with the following pairs. email-key: d05fIsWcv61GbThaN3FkOuL9mHXVnYgBQJUR8r2S7DizwKexqtAZMCP4Eoplyj email-encoded: XhxWUXW@fIUzaNf.Xhz
The contact page uses Formspree.io by default, unless deploying to Netlify.
Some things to consider
- 100 free submissions per month
- Upon submission, it will Redirects you to thank you page (see thanks.html)
- No registration required
When deploying to Netlify, the blog will automatically integrate with Netlify Forms. If you still prefer to use Formspree.io, simply change the
site.contact.page.service block to
If you don't have access to
rake or you don't care to obfuscate your email address, you can choose to display your email in plaintext by inputing your address in the
Deploy to Github Pages from Travis
- Point Travis to repository
- Configure Travis
- Generate a Personal Access Token from Github
- The only scope needed is repo:public_repo
- Make sure
Display value in build logtoggle is set to
Deploy to Netlify
Wait, what happens when I click that button?
Good question. Here's what it will do...
- Netlify will clone the git repository of this project into your Github account. This action will require your permission from Github, and of course a Netlify account.
- Netlify will then create a new site for you, and configure it to use your shiny new repo. Right away you'll be able to deploy changes simply by pushing changes to your repo.
- Enjoy your new website