kandi X-RAY | octopress Summary
kandi X-RAY | octopress Summary
Octopress is an obsessively designed toolkit for writing and deploying Jekyll blogs. Pretty sweet, huh?.
Top functions reviewed by kandi - BETA
- Parse YAML file
- publish post
- Returns the default template for the current page .
- Ask the user input for a user
- Selects a list of posts to the page .
- Initialize a file
- Convert a date to a string
- Skip post files
- Returns path of draft file
- List all scaffold files
octopress Key Features
octopress Examples and Code Snippets
Trending Discussions on octopress
Is there a way to generate a category-specific RSS feed using Jekyll with GitHub Pages?...
ANSWERAnswered 2019-Oct-21 at 12:09
I am trying to create a site with Hugo, but I don't get how to add a single page to my website (posts are working fine).
Starting from a fresh install (v.0.27 64x for windows) and running the following command from my terminal:...
ANSWERAnswered 2017-Sep-14 at 14:57
The problem seems to come from the selected default theme that do not render single page outside of posts section. Themes can be a tricky point for beginners as hugo isn't shipped with default one and no official theme is recommended or supported (so beginners may have to choose randomly).
So the following commands worked for me:
I've set up my site to build with Travis CI, and added a few plugins.
This is my
ANSWERAnswered 2018-Apr-17 at 12:13
You can force minification with
octopress-minify-html by setting
minify_html: true in your config file.
I have absolutely never written any Ruby programs. I'm just setting up my static blog using Jekyll.
I installed everything from Gemfile by
bundle install. My Gemfile looks like this:
ANSWERAnswered 2018-Apr-16 at 09:22
Try one of the following:
jekyllcommands in the context of the
I use the R package,
blogdown, to manage my website. The table I created is rendering as a standard(?) markdown table after saving and
serve_site even though I'm using
knitr::kable. But when I knit the chunk in a different RMarkdown file, it renders properly. Here's the code chunk.
ANSWERAnswered 2018-Mar-20 at 16:28
My project: https://github.com/sebastian3495/sebastian3495.github.io My website (current displayed without css rendered): https://sebastian3495.github.io/
How can I have all links point to my github project instead of localhost?
What am I missing? I am new to jekyll and web development isn't my strongest point, so please bear with me.
EDIT: My config file hasbeen updated
ANSWERAnswered 2018-Mar-04 at 03:29
Since you're using a third-party theme, I understand you followed the instructions to run
jekyll build locally first and then uploaded the contents of your
The issue here is that recent versions of Jekyll automatically sets the
url key to
http://localhost:4000 when you build locally.
You have two basic choices:
To use both third-party themes and third-party plugins on GitHub Pages, you need to build the site locally by changing the
production(or anything else other than
I'm trying to integrate both octopress-multilingual and octopress-paginate using latest Jekyll. And this is not working properly.
In this case is not possible to paginate a translated jekyll page using octopress-paginate.
What I'm trying to achieve is to have a .rb file in the _plugin folder to allow paginate i.e. posts based on a global variable defined in the _config.yml file. This is using the ruby method alias_method to override the current behavior.
ANSWERAnswered 2017-Sep-08 at 18:10
At the end this is easily achievable using this plugin https://github.com/sverrirs/jekyll-paginate-v2.
Instead of the octopress one. Just using instead of the tag named as 'lang' the tag called as 'locale'.
noob here, I'm trying to install octopress but when i run
rbenv exec bundle install i got this error.
ANSWERAnswered 2017-Feb-27 at 03:55
The native extension has not been updated for Ruby 2.4 yet. The breaking change is that
rb_cBignum in the C API) have been unified in
yajl-ruby repository for an issue/pull request fixing Ruby 2.4 compatibility or use Ruby 2.3.3 for the time being.
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