Open source Jekyll themes to get you started with hosting a site with GitHub Pages — for free!
Lessons learned from building, optimizing, and deploying a huge static site powered by everyone’s favorite SSG — Jekyll.
Your new Jekyll default theme.
Using Staticman to add threaded comments and reply notifications to a static-based Jekyll site.
You know what sucks? Maintaining two separate branches of an open source project, just to host its source code and documentation together with GitHub Pages.
Integrating a static-based commenting system into Jekyll with the help of Staticman and ditching Disqus in the process.
A flexible two-column Jekyll theme. Perfect for hosting your personal site, blog, or portfolio on GitHub or your own server.
A brain dump documenting my approach to using Jekyll, how that’s evolved over the years, and web development learnings I’ve picked up along the way.
How I used collections with Jekyll to build a style guide and pattern library for Made Mistakes.
A responsive, fully realized, and lightweight website starter for Jekyll.
A responsive Jekyll blog theme designed to give your site a modern and somewhat cliché look.
A simple Jekyll theme for words and pictures by designer Michael Rose.