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About provides quick and easy guides to secure things like devices and websites.


Getting started runs on Jekyll as a GitHub Pages.

The site uses Sass for CSS compilation.

  1. Clone the repository.
git clone

See Cloning a repository on GitHub documentation.

If you're not familiar with Git or GitHub, I strongly encourage you to try GitHub's desktop app on macOS or Windows.

  1. Install Jekyll.
gem install bundler jekyll

See Jekyll Installation Guide.

  1. Run Jekyll.
bundle exec jekyll serve
  1. Go to http://localhost:4000.


Folders structure

Here is a quick overview of the project's folders structure:

  • Data:

    • _data: Data files used throughout the site. This is mainly for settings and labels.
    • _guides: Markdown files that instruct readers how to secure their things.
    • _posts: Markdown files of the latest news.
  • Layout:

    • _includes: Files included in other theme files.
    • _layouts: The main layouts of the site.
    • _sass: Sass files. All files will be compiled into one in the assets/css/ folder.
    • assets: CSS, images, and JavaScript files.


  1. Create a new Markdown file inside the _guides folder. You can duplicate the existing file.
  • description: A sensible description of the guide.
  • category: Category to group guides (e.g., Software or Social Media).
  • updated: The date of the last update in that file. This is useful to sort features by last update on the homepage of the site.
  • links: External references to other sites.
  1. Create a pull request


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