Building Static Websites With Jekyll (Web Design) Free Nulled

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Course Description

in this course you, Äôll learn all about static site generator Jekyll and build a website from scratch in less than two hours. Register Guy Routledge, as he goes through the process of creating a website design portfolio with Jekyll, Markdown, liquid standardization, Sass, Git and hosting with pages GitHub.

Is it you, Äôre experienced blogger or just getting started, this course will give you everything you need to build your site and show your skills in style.

What You, Äôll know

  • The use of Jekyll to create Web portfolio designer, Äôs theme, featuring blog posts and various pages.
  • understand the folder structure Jekyll and how to plan every aspect of the site.
  • to build a website from scratch, and finally deploy it on the Internet using Git and pages GitHub.

About the instructor

Guy Routledge is a consultant to a front-end developer, specializing in architecture and front-flavored Sass CSS. When not working on client projects, he teaches personally and online. Find out more on their website.

created 5 April 16
Last update April, 16 May
Closed Captions No
Resolution 1280×720
The complexity of back
video encoding the H.264
Size 2.45GB
lessons 21
The total course length video 2:50:26
Tags Of course, the education, the GitHub, as, Jekyll, training, markdown, audacity, terminal, training, tutorial, video course, a training video, web design


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