This is the repo for the NU Women in Tech club website. It's hosted on the CCIS servers under
with the domain nuwit.ccs.neu.edu.
After you've installed Jekyll and all its dependences, open up a terminal window and then:
git clone email@example.com:nuwit/website.git nuwit-website
jekyll serve(this command watches for local changes automatically)
- Open up a browser and go to
At any point if you find yourself confused about any of the code, Jekyll docs and google are your best friends.
Step 1: Run
(This will generate a fresh build of the project into the
There are several ways you can push files onto the CCIS server, but the easiest way is probably FTP (File Transfer Protocol). If you haven't used an FTP client before, go ahead and download Filezilla or Cyberduck.
Under site manager, set up your connection to the CCIS server like so:
Step 2: Navigate to the CISters directory
The easiest way to navigate to that directory is by copying and pasting that path into the remote site input like so:
Make sure you COPY AND PASTE the path, you won't be able to find the directory by clicking through the folders.
Step 3: Drag and drop the files from
_site into the
Important (!!!) If you drag and drop everything in your directory, you'll break the whole site. The correct files are ONLY the files in the
Since the site is hosted on the CCIS server, there are some hoops you may need to jump through in order to push things to the server for the first time. If at any point you find yourself not being able to change things on the server, you probably don't have the right permissions.
Go ahead and email firstname.lastname@example.org and tell them you're on the NU WIT E-Board. They'll be able to give you the right permissions.
Also, for consistency, please use 2 spaces (NOT tabs, NOT 4 spaces) for indentation!!!