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Jekyll Template

A collaborative template for publishing resources on GitHub

How to Use

  1. Fork or clone
  2. Update site name and URL in _config.yml
  3. Place content in index.md as markdown
  4. (optionally) create additional pages following the format of index.md

Dependencies

Jekyll or GitHub Pages

How to Contribute

This project constitutes a collaborative work ("open source"). Federal employees and members of the public are encouraged to improve the project by contributing. This can be done in two ways:

Easy

  1. Click the "Improve this content" button in the top right corner of any page
  2. Make changes as you would normally
  3. Click "Submit".
  4. You change should appear once approved.

Note: You may need to create a free GitHub account if you do not already have one

Advanced

  1. Configure git by using this basic tutorial or by downloading the GitHub for Mac (or GitHub for Windows) and optionally Mou1
  2. Fork the project
  3. Make changes as you would normally using the tools installed in step #1.
  4. Push the changes back to your fork
  5. Submitting a pull request to this repository
  6. You change should appear once approved.

Note: All contributors retain the original copyright to their contribution, but by contributing to this project, you grant a world-wide, royalty-free, perpetual, irrevocable, non-exclusive, transferable license to all users under the terms of the license(s) under which this project is distributed.

License

The project as originally published constitutes a work of the United States Government and is not subject to domestic copyright protection under 17 USC § 105. Subsequent contributions by members of the public, however, retain their original copyright.

In order to better facilitate collaboration, the content of this project is licensed under the creative commons 3.0 license, and the underlying code used to format and display that content is licensed under the MIT license.