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Website seems broken with the Jekyll 3.0 update #1

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karthikraman opened this Issue Feb 25, 2016 · 3 comments

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karthikraman commented Feb 25, 2016

Please check https://github.com/t413/SinglePaged/pull/37/files - the permalink edit alone fixed my site. Your site is wonderful BTW, and the inspiration for mine!

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Thanks @karthikraman for the PR and compliments. I have opted to revamp my site (see peter.solymos.org) instead of fixing the single paged theme. Although I really liked the theme, there are several reasons for the change, and I list some of those here FYI:

  • Single paged theme made it hard to see in Google analytics who is looking what on the site, because seemingly everyone looked at index.html.
  • After a while, I wanted real blog and subpages, and I felt more comfortable tweaking bootstrap/bootswatch based themes.
  • I also had a web-update repo in the works, so transitioning was really easy (although migrating content and fine tuning took 3 days).
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psolymos commented Feb 28, 2016

Thanks @karthikraman for the PR and compliments. I have opted to revamp my site (see peter.solymos.org) instead of fixing the single paged theme. Although I really liked the theme, there are several reasons for the change, and I list some of those here FYI:

  • Single paged theme made it hard to see in Google analytics who is looking what on the site, because seemingly everyone looked at index.html.
  • After a while, I wanted real blog and subpages, and I felt more comfortable tweaking bootstrap/bootswatch based themes.
  • I also had a web-update repo in the works, so transitioning was really easy (although migrating content and fine tuning took 3 days).

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karthikraman Feb 28, 2016

The new site looks awesome too!

karthikraman commented Feb 28, 2016

The new site looks awesome too!

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Thanks!

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psolymos commented Feb 28, 2016

Thanks!

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