I’ve used my eekdomains.com domain for many years now as my primary email/hosting platform so it made sense to use it for my Jekyll project. Most of the learning came from the following YouTube series:
Originally I was interested in deploying a Jekyll site for work purposes since we’re looking into moving off Wordpress and onto a static site generator. Wordpress has bogged me down over the years with it’s excruciating software/security issues, poor PHP programming and general slowness. I thought that popping up my own site using a static generator would be a good test for understanding the ins and outs. It’s also going to prove quite helpful for my son who has been nagging me to get a site/blogging option online for a while now for him. So…Jekyll it is then for the meanwhile.
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