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www.sebastiankulig.com is a personal portfolio of my web development projects. It is being developed using Jekyll and deployed using Netlify

Jekyll is a simple, blog-aware, static site generator perfect for personal, project, or organization sites. Jekyll takes your content, renders Markdown and Liquid templates, and spits out a complete, static website ready to be served by a web server.

Table of Contents

  1. Latest Release Notes
  2. To Do
  3. Development Instructions
  4. Notes

v0.7.0

  • Forced TLS connections to redirect to HTTPS
  • Moved portfolio images to subfolder
  • images and blog notes are now includes
  • Added Blog Styles Guide Page
  • All page and asset links are now relative
  • Switched deployment to Netlify
  • Added syntax.css for code styling on blog posts
  • Added Disqus commenting system for blog posts
  • Added Blog page

To Do:

  • Test deployment Instruction on fresh Windows VM.
  • Add MTA & CompTIA A+ certified logos
  • Remove all html from md - use only markdon and liquid inside of pages.
  • Add this website as portfolio-item
  • finish content for portfolio pages
  • look at Jekyll Documentation
  • See Jekyll related posts in (https://mademistakes.com/faqs/website-tools/)
  • Add CV
  • Look at this tutorial

Development Instructions (Not Tested)

To set up your environment to develop this website:

  1. Clone this repo
  2. run bundle install from the root folder of the repo (where _config.yml file is).

To test the website locally as you make changes to it:

  1. Run bundle exec jekyll serve from the root folder of the repo and open your browser to http://localhost:4000/.

This starts a Jekyll server using the website's files and content. Refresh your browser as modifications are made to see any changes.

For more information about Jekyll and how it works, check out Jekyll's Documentation

Notes

  1. Please feel free to fork/clone to play around with the code or develop your own project.
  2. This project will most likely develop into a full Jekyll theme in the future for anyone to use.
  3. Please don't use any of my content: text and pictures.
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