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README.md

This is the source for bob.ippoli.to!

I use Jekyll to help us generate bob.ippoli.to because that's what GitHub Pages uses. This lets us build a site with a lot of pages without having to repeat so much over and over.

It uses the following JavaScript, CSS, and font libraries to make the site work well and look good:

The site depends on the following third party services:

Setup

Install Jekyll by opening Terminal and typing the following command:

gem install jekyll

HACKING

Open a Terminal and change to the directory where you've checked out etrepum.github.com, then run this command to start the Jekyll preview server:

jekyll serve --watch --safe

This will run a webserver on your computer at http://127.0.0.1:4000/ and automatically rebuild the site when you make changes to the files. You will have to reload the pages in your browser to see the changes.

Creating a post

To write a post, create a file in _posts/ with the naming scheme YYYY-MM-DD-title.{html,md} with the appropriate YAML Front Matter. A small example post would look like this:

2014-08-10-minimal-post.md

---
categories: [example]
tags: [example]
title: Minimal post example
---
This is a minimal post.