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Moving Quick-start guide to own section #1191

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leggetter commented Jun 7, 2013

As a new user to jekyll I wanted to get up and running as quickly as possible.

The first thing I did was jump to the docs (missing the example on the homepage - my bad) and look for the quick start guide. Since I couldn't find one I went for the 'Basic Usage' section. I ended up muddling around for about 10 minutes until I hit the home page again to see the simple - and very easy - example of how to get started.

So, in this pull request I've moved the Quick-start Guide out to it's own section so that users who really are impatient (like me) can clearly look for and jump to the quick start guide, follow the super-easy steps, and be up and running in a matter of minutes.

Interested to hear if this is thought of as being a good idea.


Originally submitted: #1188 Is there anywhere that states the the site is in "master" and documentation pull requests should be made there? Or is that a known convention? If not, worth updating the Contribute page?

Moving Quick-start guide to own section
As a new user to jekyll I wanted to get up and running as quickly as possible.

The first thing I did was jump to the docs (missing the example on the homepage - my bad) and look for the quick start guide. Since I couldn't find one I went for the 'Basic Usage' section. I ended up muddling around for about 10 minutes until I hit the home page again to see the simple - and very easy - example of how to get started.

So, in this pull request I've moved the Quick-start Guide out to it's own section so that users who really are impatient (like me) can clearly look for and jump to the quick start guide, follow the super-easy steps, and be up and running in a matter of minutes.

Interested to hear if this is thought of as being a good idea.
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parkr commented Jun 7, 2013

Thanks @leggetter! Sorry about the branch mix-up. We should add it to CONTRIBUTING.md and the Contributing page on the site. I'll submit a PR for that in a bit.

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Merge pull request #1191 from leggetter/master
Moving Quick-start guide to own section

@mattr- mattr- merged commit da691b5 into jekyll:master Jun 8, 2013

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Merge branch 'master' of github.com:mojombo/jekyll
* 'master' of github.com:mojombo/jekyll:
  Update history to reflect merge of #1191
  Update history to reflect merge of #1151
  Moving Quick-start guide to own section
  Remove extra parentheses and swapped regex back
  Combined two features into one

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