This is the basic Jekyll starter site, with Netlify CMS integrated.
netlify-git-api users add netlify-git-api serve
Then open a new terminal,
cd into your new repo and run:
bundle install bundle exec jekyll server --watch
To deploy to production, make sure to push this repository to a Github repo you own.
Then go to netlify and start a new project. Pick your
new Github repository. Netlify should fill out the build command and public folder
jekyll build and
Build and deploy the site.
Now go to the GitHub developer application screen and register new application.
Once you've setup the application, go back to netlify, navigate to the Access tab. Then fill in your new Client ID and Client Secret in the Github Authentication Provider and check the Enable GitHub box.
Now anybody with write access to your GitHub repository can log in at yoursite.netlify.com/admin and use the CMS.
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