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Source code for the website of generated with Jekyll.

Development mirror is located at:


Content is in markdown format with a YAML Front Matter header and can be static pages or blog posts.

Pages are found within _pages folder.

Posts are found within _posts folder.

Posts must be named according to format YEAR-MONTH-DAY-title.MARKUP, where YEAR is a four (4) digit number, MONTH and DAY are both two (2) digit numbers, and MARKUP is a valid format such as .md.

Assets such as images, documents, pdfs, etc should be placed within assets folder.


Clone this repo locally. Install ruby >= 2.2.2, then run commands:

gem install bundle
bundle install

For more information, please see Jekyll Installation Instructions.

Next, serve locally on http://localhost:4000, run:

bundle exec jekyll serve --future

To build locally, run:

bundle exec jekyll build --future

Submitting a Pull Request

Fork this repo to your Github account.

Clone that repo to your local machine:

git clone{your-username}/chainsplit-www.git

Create a new branch to use for development:

git checkout -b new-feature-1

Make your changes

Add, commit, and push:

git add .
git commit -m 'commit message'
git push origin new-feature-1

Back on Github, click Compare & pull request button to create the PR.

Preview (optional)

If you would like to set up a preview through your fork on Github Pages, run:

chmod +x

In Github repo => Settings => Options (tab) => Github Pages: use gh-pages branch

Preview is located at: https://{your-username}


To test, run:

bundle exec jekyll build --future --drafts --unpublished && bundle exec htmlproofer ./_site


First, install ruby, bundler, and clone this repo.

Then, to deploy or update production code, run:

git pull
bundle install
bundle exec jekyll build

Webserver must be configured to serve out of _site folder where Jekyll builds to.


Code is available as open source under the terms of the MIT License.

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