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pages-gem - A simple Ruby Gem to bootstrap dependencies for setting up and maintaining a local Jekyll environment in sync with GitHub Pages

  •    Ruby

A simple Ruby Gem to bootstrap dependencies for setting up and maintaining a local Jekyll environment in sync with GitHub Pages.Important: Make sure you have Bundler > v1.14 by running gem update bundler in your terminal before following the next steps.

jekyll-admin - A Jekyll plugin that provides users with a traditional CMS-style graphical interface to author content and administer Jekyll sites

  •    Javascript

A Jekyll plugin that provides users with a traditional CMS-style graphical interface to author content and administer Jekyll sites. The project is divided into two parts. A Ruby-based HTTP API that handles Jekyll and filesystem operations, and a JavaScript-based front end, built on that API. Interested in contributing to Jekyll Admin? We’d love your help. Jekyll Admin is an open source project, built one contribution at a time by users like you. See the contributing instructions, and the development docs for more information.

jekyll-seo-tag - A Jekyll plugin to add metadata tags for search engines and social networks to better index and display your site's content

  •    Ruby

A Jekyll plugin to add metadata tags for search engines and social networks to better index and display your site's content. While you could theoretically add the necessary metadata tags yourself, Jekyll SEO Tag provides a battle-tested template of crowdsourced best-practices.

jekyll-scholar - jekyll extensions for the blogging scholar

  •    Gherkin

Jekyll-Scholar is for all the academic bloggers out there. It is a set of extensions to Jekyll, the awesome, blog aware, static site generator; it formats your bibliographies and reading lists for the web and gives your blog posts citation super-powers. Note that it is not possible to use this plugin with the default Github pages workflow. Github does not allow any but a few select plugins to run for security reasons, and Jekyll-Scholar is not among them. You will have to generate your site locally and push the results to the master resp. gh-pages branch of your site repository. You can keep sources, configuration and plugins in a separate branch; see e.g. here for details.




jekyll-sitemap - Jekyll plugin to silently generate a sitemaps

  •    Ruby

💡 If you are using a Jekyll version less than 3.5.0, use the gems key instead of plugins. Because the sitemap is added to site.pages, you may have to modify any templates that iterate through all pages (for example, to build a menu of all of the site's content).

jekyll-feed - :memo: A Jekyll plugin to generate an Atom (RSS-like) feed of your Jekyll posts

  •    Ruby

⚠️ If you are using Jekyll < 3.5.0 use the gems key instead of plugins. The plugin will automatically generate an Atom feed at /feed.xml.

jekyll-import - :inbox_tray: The "jekyll import" command for importing from various blogs to Jekyll format

  •    Ruby

The new Jekyll command for importing from various blogs to Jekyll format. Note: migrators are now called importers and are only available if one installs the jekyll-import gem.

jekyll-redirect-from - :twisted_rightwards_arrows: Seamlessly specify multiple redirections URLs for your pages and posts

  •    Ruby

Give your Jekyll posts and pages multiple URLs. When importing your posts and pages from, say, Tumblr, it's annoying and impractical to create new pages in the proper subdirectories so they, e.g. /post/123456789/my-slug-that-is-often-incompl, redirect to the new post URL.


jekyll-gallery-generator - A Jekyll plugin that generates photo galleries from directories full of images

  •    Ruby

This is a Jekyll plugin that generates galleries from directories full of images. It uses RMagick to create thumbnails. This plugin is quite minimalist. It generates galleries with no pagination, no sub-galleries, and no descriptions. See my gallery for an example of what it looks like.

jekyll-archives - :books: Archive pages for your Jekyll tags and categories.

  •    Ruby

Automatically generate post archives by dates, tags, and categories. ⚠️ If you are using Jekyll < 3.5.0, use the gems key instead of plugins.

jekyll-paginate-v2 - Pagination Generator for Jekyll 3 (enhanced replacement for the old built-in jekyll-paginate gem)

  •    Ruby

Pagination gem built specially for Jekyll 3 and newer that is fully backwards compatible and serves as an enhanced replacement for the previously built-in jekyll-paginate gem. View it on rubygems.org. Reach me at the project issues section or via email at jekyll@sverrirs.com, you can also get in touch on the project's Gitter chat room.

jekyll-avatar - A Jekyll plugin for rendering GitHub avatars

  •    Ruby

Jekyll Avatar makes it easy to add GitHub avatars to your Jekyll site by specifying a username. If performance is a concern, Jekyll Avatar is deeply integrated with the GitHub avatar API, ensuring avatars are cached and load in parallel. It even automatically upgrades users to Retina images, when supported.

jekyll-default-layout - Silently sets default layouts for Jekyll pages and posts

  •    Ruby

If no layout is specified for a Markdown post or page, the plugin automatically sets the "home", "post", "page", or "default" layout if it exists. For a specific post or page, add layout: null to the front matter.

jekyll-include-cache - A Jekyll plugin to cache the rendering of Liquid includes

  •    Ruby

If you have a computationally expensive include (such as a sidebar or navigation), Jekyll Include Cache renders the include once, and then reuses the output any time that includes is called with the same arguments, potentially speeding up your site's build significantly. 💡 If you are using a Jekyll version less than 3.5.0, use the gems key instead of plugins.

jekyll-readme-index - A Jekyll plugin to render a project's README as the site's index.

  •    Ruby

A Jekyll plugin to render a project's README as the site's index. If you have a readme file, and your site doesn't otherwise have an index file, this plugin instructs Jekyll to use the readme as the site's index. That's it. No more, no less.

jekyll-relative-links - A Jekyll plugin to convert relative links to markdown files to their rendered equivalents

  •    Ruby

A Jekyll plugin to convert relative links to Markdown files to their rendered equivalents. Then [foo](bar.md) will render as [foo](/bar/).

jekyll-remote-theme - Jekyll plugin for building Jekyll sites with any GitHub-hosted theme

  •    Ruby

Remote themes are specified by the remote_theme key in the site's config. Remote themes must be in the form of OWNER/REPOSITORY, and must represent a GitHub-hosted, Gem-based Jekyll theme. See the Jekyll documentation for more information on authoring a Gem-based theme.

jekyll-titles-from-headings

  •    Ruby

A Jekyll plugin to pull the page title from the first Markdown heading when none is specified. If you have a Jekyll page that doesn't have a title specified in the YAML Front Matter, but the first non-whitespace line in the page is a Markdown H1 / H2 / H3, this plugin instructs Jekyll to use that first heading as the page's title.

jekyll-figure - A liquid tag for Jekyll that generates <figure> elements.

  •    Ruby

A liquid tag for Jekyll that generates <figure> elements. This plugin provides a liquid tag that enables you to generate a <figure> element. It takes optional caption and class parameters.

jekyll-minibundle - A minimalistic asset bundling plugin for Jekyll

  •    Ruby

A straightforward asset bundling plugin for Jekyll, utilizing external minification tool of your choice. It provides asset concatenation for bundling and asset fingerprinting with MD5 digest for cache busting. There are no runtime dependencies, except for the minification tool used for bundling (fingerprinting has no dependencies).