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|Getting started with the Documentation Theme for Jekyll
|These brief instructions will help you get started quickly with the theme. The other topics in this help provide additional information and detail about work...
|About the theme's author
|I have used this theme for projects that I've worked on as a professional technical writer.
|About Ruby, Gems, Bundler, and other prerequisites
|Ruby is a programming language you must have on your computer in order to build Jekyll locally. Ruby has various gems (or plugins) that provide various funct...
|Install Jekyll on Mac
|Installation of Jekyll on Mac is usually less problematic than on Windows. However, you may run into permissions issues with Ruby that you must overcome. You...
|This theme primarily uses pages. You need to make sure your pages have the appropriate frontmatter. One frontmatter tag your users might find helpful is the ...
|You can use posts when you want to create blogs or news type of content.
|Release notes 5.0
|Version 5.0 of the Documentation theme for Jekyll changes some fundamental ways the theme works to provide product-specific sidebars, intended to accommodate...
|Release notes 6.0
|Version 6.0 of the Documentation theme for Jekyll, released July 4, 2016, implements relative links so you can view the files offline or on any server withou...
|The sidebar navigation uses a jQuery component called Navgoco. The sidebar is a somewhat complex part of the theme that remembers your current page, highligh...
|Contact me for any support issues.
|If you're not sure whether Jekyll and this theme will support your requirements, this list provides a semi-comprehensive overview of available features.
|This is some summary frontmatter for my sample post.