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Updated Jekyll-Pug listing to include official website #6555

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DougBeney commented Nov 13, 2017

The official website includes user-friendly instructions, easy for a Jekyll beginner. Soon, there will even be a section for Jekyll-Pug themes.

I also improved the description. Jekyll-Pug is no longer a basic converter plugin. It now supports Jekyll includes, layouts, a custom caching engine, and much more.

An upcoming feature is full Pug support, where you can use native Pug variables, for loops, and if statements, rather than using the Liquid equivalent.

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The official website includes user-friendly instructions, easy for a Jekyll beginner. Soon, there will even be a section for Jekyll-Pug themes.
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DirtyF commented Nov 13, 2017

@jekyllbot: merge +docs

@jekyllbot jekyllbot merged commit e86ec74 into jekyll:master Nov 13, 2017

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Update plugins.md (#6555)
Merge pull request 6555

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