30 July 2014
This site is side effect of my experiments with GitHub Pages for one project I’m working on. Cool thing about GitHub pages is that you can create content of your page using Flavored Markdown upload it to the git repository and Jekyll will assemble markdown documents to final static page. In this case the design of the site is created from Bootstrap theme called Brushed.
If you will want to reproduce my pages, because you want to be inspired or steal my content (“Good artist copies.”), then it is very easy. You have to have installed Linux/UNIX, git and Ruby in version 1.9.3 or higher and then type following commands:
git clone firstname.lastname@example.org:jirihnidek/jirihnidek.github.io.git cd jirihnidek.github.io bundle install jekyll server --watch
After this open following link in your browser: http://localhost:4000 and you should see the same content as you are looking at right now. When you will modify any markdown document in e.g. ./_posts/ directory, then Jekyll will automatically recreate all modified pages.