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jeklist

Build a Jekyll list of your static content in seconds, without touching the command line

Installation

  1. Fork this repository

  2. Go to Settings->GitHub Pages, select master branch then click on the Save button

With the GitHub Pages activation, your site is published at https://yourusername.github.io/jeklist

Change theme

  1. Go to Settings->GitHub Pages then click on the Change theme button

  2. Select one of the available themes then click on the Select theme button

Configuration

All the configuration is done in the _config.yml file. Set extensions and directories to restrict the content you want to show. Set style, spacification, truncate and html_link to modify the presentation look.

Example to only show pdf and md files from the Papers directory in a list truncated to 60 chars and with html_link for the md files :

style: list
extensions:
  - .pdf
  - .md
directories:
  - Papers
truncate: 60
html_link:
  - .md

Besides nothing, style option can have three values:

  • list for a flat bullet list
  • nlist for a flat numbered list
  • dir for a first level directory structure

The nlist_type option defines the type attribute of a nlist.

The dir_spacification and dir_links options can be useful when style is set to dir, to replace a selected char by a space in the directory names and to add directory links.

Who is using jeklist ?

https://cryptorating.eu/whitepapers

If you use jeklist, please add your link here and make a pull request

License

This work is under MIT license

Copyright © 2017, Florent Gallaire

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