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Scheduled Posts in Jekyll with Zapier

One of the tradeoffs of using a static site generator like Jekyll is not having scheduled posts. Sure you can add a date in the future, but static means exactly that, there’s no dynamic part to find and compare…More

Fix Broken Images from Siteleaf

I recently started using Siteleaf to manage this site, and I had an issue with image uploads. Siteleaf puts images in an _uploads folder that Jekyll doesn’t output by default. To fix that, put the following in…More

Exclude Posts From RSS in Jekyll

Let’s say you want to exclude a post from your RSS feed. How do you go about doing that? Well, there are a few ways. First, you’d need to add something to the front matter of your post: #…More

Creating a Microblog with Jekyll

I wanted to get away from Twitter. If you don’t get why, that’s ok. It’s not the point of this post. I want to talk about creating a microblog. What’s a microblog? In essence, it’s…More

Switching Back to Kramdown

I’ve written previously on switching to Redcarpet to process markdown. Since then, I was determined to find out if I could do the same thing with Kramdown since it’s already a dependency of…More

Publishing To Jekyll From iOS

Disclaimer: This method will only work if you have an external build process. If you host your Jekyll site on Github pages, for example, you’re good to go. If you’d like to learn how to setup your…More

Switching to Redcarpet

I’ve always hated the way Jekyll uses liquid tags to highlight code snippets. I found a way to do this, which until today, I never knew existed. Redcarpet is the answer here. Here’s what I wanted…More