🗒DIY lists using Jekyll and Github Pages, a step-by-step tutorial





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Adrien Joly

June 30 · Issue #44 · View online

Every week, I share a side-project I made in 1 day.

👋 Hi there!
Two weeks ago, I shared album-shelf, a DIY collection of music albums developed from scratch in a few hours, using Jekyll and Github Pages.
Now I’m sharing the process of making it.

How to make your own online lists with Jekyll
I just wrote a step-by-step tutorial on how to create and maintain your own beautiful lists online, using Jekyll and Github Pages.
Written for beginners, the tutorial details the following steps:
  • Motivation: why I’m making a collection of albums
  • Existing solutions: from Spotify to Wordpress
  • Designing the solution: listing requirements
  • Step 1. Initialise a Jekyll page on Github Pages
  • Step 2. Render a simple list using Jekyll
  • Step 3. Make it look better
  • Summary of progress
  • Next steps & conclusion
I look forward to read your feedback if you’re interested in that topic!
And don’t forget to share it, if you know some people who could benefit from it!
Have a great weekend!
Adrien Joly
I just published: "How to maintain a collection of music albums online, using Jekyll and Github Pages"
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