The main branch for this repository is
The live site is published off
Please note: we use siteleaf.com as a CMS around this jekyll based site, changes that are committed to
dev may be published automatically through content pushes through siteleaf.com to the
To run website locally:
- Install Ruby and Bundler if you don't have them already.
Note: highly recommend installing rvm to install and manage Ruby
- Install Jekyll and other important Gems.
cdto the repository directory and run the command:
$ bundle install
- Now do a build (this is only needed if pushing to GH pages)
$ bundle exec jekyll build
- Run Jekyll using the following command:
$ bundle exec jekyll serve
You'll need to override
baseUrlset to "/"
Load http://localhost:4000/ on your browser.
By default, Jekyll will auto-regenerate the static pages if you change files through a built in filewatcher. You can simply refresh your browser to see the updates.
Jekyll uses a variant of Markdown known as Kramdown.
Jekyll uses the Liquid template engine for templating.
You can use GFM fenced code blocks.
var express = require('express') var app = express() app.listen(3000)
apiEndpoints: help: host: '*.example.com' paths: /help
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