Jekyll Server | Table O Contents

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How to engage the Jekyll Server locally

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How To Start The Local Jekyll Server In Mac Os Sierra

From the Integrated Terminal in Visual Studio Code

jekyll serve --watch --baseurl ""

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Optional Configuration

jekyll serve --watch --baseurl "/docs"

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Ruby from Source

Some people have two copies of Ruby on their development machine.

One instance being the original ‘system’ configuration that came bundled with their machine.

And, the other instance relative to their administrative instant User account.

Click To Download Ruby from Source.


Ruby Macports

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Learn how to make a Binary Archive from source.

Ruby Macports 2nd Instance

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<li>Go to your locally configured repo in the Finder</li>

<li>Right click over the folder name</li>

<li>Expose the Services menu</li> 

<li>Open a 'new Terminal at folder'</li>

<span>Once a Terminal window is open with the directory pointing to the folder of your repo ...</span>

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**Tip**. Once you have entered the local Jekyll server start command at the Terminal prompt and hit enter ...

You may then subsequently simply scroll up the Terminal history to accept the command in the future.

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<li>Now, open up your chrome browser</li>

<li>And, type this address in the URL location bar of your browser window ... <kbd>http://localhost:4000/</kbd></li>

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<li>Hit the <kbd>Enter</kbd> key to navigate to the local rendering of your repo</li>

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Jekyll is best served as a Ruby gem.

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Note. The above synopsis was derived from an article written by Cloud Cannon [1].

  1. Instructional Jekyll Tips n Vids by Cloud Cannon


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