How to build Github Pages with jeklly

This is a tutorial for building Github Pages with jeklly. Since I am also a fresher, it will be appreciate to email me if you have better ideas.

Download code here

Begin with Github Pages

Github Pages is a light weight blog systerm supproted by Github. It’s very easy to build a blog demo. Let’s begin with Github Pages.

First, Create a new respository named Change name to your github name.


Then, clone this repository to your computer. If you are using windows, I recommend install github desktop.


Or you can also use git clone in terminal. Easy, right? Let’s move on.

Jeklly environment build

Jeklly is a convenient engine for static web page and used by Github Pages.

  • Install Ruby
    Download Ruby+Devkit 2.4.4-1, and install
  • Install Bundler
    Change path to your directory first. And then install.
    $ cd
    $ gem install bundler
    $ bunlder update
  • To see
    $ bundle exec jekyll serve
    If you see like below, you almost done.


Copy to browser, and you can see your page.


Make Your Blog

The next step is to change template to your own blog.

|-- _config.yml
|-- _includes
|-- _layouts
|   |-- default.html
|    -- post.html
|-- _posts
|   |-- 2007-10-29-why-every-programmer-should-play-nethack.textile
|    -- 2009-04-26-barcamp-boston-4-roundup.textile
|-- _site
 -- index.html

This is what your directory looks like (maybe a little different).

  • Self information
    Modify your self information in _config.yml
  • Background and Profile photo
    Change images in asset/image to your own.
  • Write blog
    Put your article .markdown file in _posts. You can use my template.

That’s all, hope this help you. :) :rocket::rocket::rocket::rocket:


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