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    Reese
    @reesericci
    and I could reference the json in my layout html
    and the json would look something like this: { "version": "1.0", "type": "rich", "width": 800, "height": 500, "html": "<iframe src=\"{{site.url}}/{{page.post_url}}\" scrolling=\"no\" frameborder=\"0\" marginheight=\"0px\" marginwidth=\"0px\" height=\"500px\" width=\"800px\" allowfullscreen></iframe>" }
    BalmierLight
    @BalmierLight
    Hi, I am using Jekyll Mundana Theme, and Jekyll Paginate is not showing page1, any help?
    Fabio Mucciante
    @fabiomux
    @markusa380 the only ways to add logic are plugins and templates. As far I got you want transform a tag in the front matter in HTML code... templates should be good enough for that, if you are using a default theme you can override part of them as mentioned here: https://jekyllrb.com/docs/themes/#overriding-theme-defaults
    Fabio Mucciante
    @fabiomux
    @ilan-perez do you launch it as bundle exec jekyll serve or just jekyll serve?
    Fabio Mucciante
    @fabiomux
    @BalmierLight do you have more articles than the pagination requires to start? (in its _config.yml file I read 10 so you should change it or put at least 11 articles).
    Reese
    @reesericci

    @reesericci maybe this can help: https://stackoverflow.com/questions/14759827/jekyll-generating-json-files-alongside-the-html-files

    I tried but I couldn't really figure it out. I just want a liquid template using the same front matter as the page.

    George Pantazes
    @gwpantazes
    Hey all, question - is it common (or even possible) to import a theme's scss into your own custom _sass/yours.scss? Or is the only option for customization a full and complete override with no option to pull in the theme's style as a foundation?
    I'm only recently learning Jekyll and struggling with the possibilities of how I can inherit and customize a theme's style. The only solution I've come to is to go into the gem theme, copy paste all the original stuff into mine, and just let that be how I "customize" but it seems rather brutish and I was wondering if I was missing something.
    George Pantazes
    @gwpantazes
    Pretty much, wondering if Jekyll/Sass allows the @import of the theme's sass into my sass as a foundation, or if copy paste from the gem's sass is the right way to approach this.

    Oh actually... after typing up my question I thought of a different way to phrase a google search and found https://jekyllrb.com/docs/themes/

    To modify any stylesheet you must take the extra step of also copying the main sass file (_sass/minima.scss in the Minima theme) into the _sass directory in your site’s source.

    So I guess that answers my question, never mind
    Jake Ireland
    @jakewilliami
    Hi all! I am looking for some help. A while ago I set up GH Pages website with Jekyll, following some blog I can't remember; my page contains a blog itself, but I am looking to change the theme to (this cool theme I found)[https://github.com/nielsenramon/chalk] (which looks like it has dark mode, and looks much nicer). However, I am having all sorts of trouble. One such problem I am having is even just testing the current state of the website: I only have a Gemfile.lock, not a Gemfile. I also have posts under the _posts directory, which I don't want to be deleted when changing themes. Can anyone help me do this?
    Fabio Mucciante
    @fabiomux
    @jakewilliami a Jekyll theme usually implies a complete set of features available with settings to be adjusted to match your needs. What I would do is just download that new theme in a different folder, test it first in local using bundle install then bundle exec jekyll server, if everything works fine (all modules installed, no errors,...) then copy (not move, only copy!) your posts from your old local Jekyll blog to this new theme... build and serve it again and continuosly change and set up all the settings in the _config.yml file to fit your needs, but only in local at this first stage. It's like you are customizing this new theme with your content and settings, so you won't lose or overwrite anything of your blog. When you are ok, follow the chalk instructions to deploy it on Github without deleting your old local blog (if you have not a local copy make one as soon as you can)! P.S. Gemfile.lock is only the result of bundle install command.
    Jake Ireland
    @jakewilliami
    @fabiomux Thank you, this is very good advice, and exactly what I have started trying to do. However, even now I am running into a problem which seems to inhibit the process quite fundamentally :P I posted my problem on Jekyll Talk: https://talk.jekyllrb.com/t/5704.
    Jake Ireland
    @jakewilliami

    Hey @fabiomux, thank you for the advice yesterday. I did what you suggested, changed the posts in _posts directory, and ran bundle exec jekyll server and it worked locally! I then pushed it to GitHub and this error occurred when building

    The tag `asset` on line 24 in `_includes/head.html` is not a recognized Liquid tag.

    So I looked up this error and I added a hard constraint on jekyll-assets in the Gemfile as per solution here, but now I am getting another error when trying to deploy:

      Liquid Exception: incompatible character encodings: ASCII-8BIT and UTF-8 in /_layouts/post.html
    jekyll 3.8.6 | Error:  incompatible character encodings: ASCII-8BIT and UTF-8

    I've seen this error a bunch of times while trying to search for solutions, but none of the solutions have worked for me. A lot of the solutions say to add encoding: utf-8 to my Gemfile but that doesn't work (also, I didn't even change _layouts/post.html, so is it really an encoding issue?!). Would you happen to know how I can fix this?

    Fabio Mucciante
    @fabiomux
    @jakewilliami have you also run npm run setup? This theme includes node modules that must be installed locally
    Danny Staple
    @dannystaple
    Is there any way in Jekyll to have it build a thing (for example a complex sidebar) and then use that built thing in pages? I currently have an include that builds a tag cloud, which means it is likely to be iterating through many posts repeatedly -and I get 3-4 minute Jekyll build times. There are 245 posts, 308 pages on the site.
    Jake Ireland
    @jakewilliami
    @fabiomux Yes I have run this, unfortunately: I am running ./bin/setup and then ./bin/deploy, but getting this error upon deploying.
    splotsh
    @splotsh
    Hey all. Trying to do some magic here and I'm not quite sure how to complete the trick :) I've got various product pages that load data in from a CSV based on filters set in the meta data of said pages. Since the data in the CSV has been growing, I've now come to a stage where these pages need pagination - but I have absolutely no idea how I could paginate data that I'm pulling in from a CSV with "{% for product in site.data.product_feed_master %} ". Any ideas anyone ?
    Joost van der Schee
    @jhvanderschee
    Hi all, I am the author of Jekyll Codex (.org) and I created an easy way to add Instagram to your Jekyll website (as easy as adding an img tag). You can find my solution here: https://profilepageimages.usecue.com. Happy coding!
    Andrew Judson
    @AndrewJudson
    how would I edit the section of text that says "subscribe via RSS" in the site index.html? Not sure if there is a way modify it without jekyll blowing away the changes. I am using minima
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    Nuno F
    @nunostuff

    Hello everyone,
    I recently update my env (node, brew, npm & yarn) since I have some issues with Jekyll. Does anyone have experienced issues lately that can help me figure out this one?
    Here is the error message after reloading the page while running: bundle exec jekyll serve –livereload

    ERROR Errno::ECONNRESET: Connection reset by peer @ io_fillbuf - fd:23
    .rvm/rubies/ruby-2.7.2/lib/ruby/2.7.0/webrick/httpserver.rb:82:in eof?' .rvm/rubies/ruby-2.7.2/lib/ruby/2.7.0/webrick/httpserver.rb:82:inrun'
    .rvm/rubies/ruby-2.7.2/lib/ruby/2.7.0/webrick/server.rb:307:in `block in start_thread'

    Thanks for your support ;)

    Skylear
    @splashsky:matrix.org
    [m]
    Hi guys. I'm trying to deploy my Jekyll-based docs site to GitHub Pages (using Just the Docs) but the formatting is all whacked. Can anyone see what the issue is? https://github.com/splashsky/phaser-grid-movement-plugin/tree/gh-pages
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    Thanks in advance
    fondungallah ricardo
    @fondungallah12_gitlab
    hallo new to this
    am so glad the community keeps growing
    Josh Goebel
    @joshgoebel
    Is Jeykllbot closed source? I like the way you guys handle your PRs/changelog... would love to see if it's feasible for other projects but I can't find anything on the bot you use.
    fondungallah ricardo
    @fondungallah12_gitlab
    great Josh
    Josh Goebel
    @joshgoebel
    ?
    Jerry Wiltse
    @solvingj
    With default jekyll (no plugins), is there a way to get notices and warnings analagous to sphinx? https://sublime-and-sphinx-guide.readthedocs.io/en/latest/notes_warnings.html
    Also, is there a way to change "all" the code syntax highlighting to something like a "dark" theme? The color scheme we're getting by default is super "light" and hard to see/read. https://blog.conan.io/2021/02/10/Dependencies-Visual-Studio-C++-property-files.html
    motibytes
    @motibytes
    Hi all. I'm dealing with a pretty annoying bug here
    I've got the Welcome to Jekyll page loading up and it doesn't exist in my posts folder
    Stack overflow mentions removing
    "
    exclude:
    • _posts/2019-09-07-welcome-to-jekyll.markdown
      "
    from config file but I dont have that in my file
    nvm figured it out
    long story short working with ruby in windows can be weird
    Librebits
    @jordila
    yep! not to miss... Live coding Session with M.Currin :
    jordila @jordila is baking his first plugin addition ... a-la Matt Kevan , https://github.com/MattKevan/Jekyll-MiniMagick-new
    jordila @jordila now reading (Leaflet) example ... https://davidjvitale.com/tech/jekyll-leaflet/getting-started/
    Librebits
    @jordila

    Hi all, I am the author of Jekyll Codex (.org) and I created an easy way to add Instagram to your Jekyll website (as easy as adding an img tag). You can find my solution here: https://profilepageimages.usecue.com. Happy coding!

    i'm a happy user of @jhvanderschee PPI service. So useful for managing image galleries from Instagram 's API .

    Ben Lavender
    @benlavender
    Using Jekyll, I should be able to create single page GH sites right? Not sure blog style with pages etc?
    I'm wanting to create something like a main page (apex domain website), a blog (which I know Jekyll can do) and a single page for a markdown project...
    Librebits
    @jordila
    sure @benlavender ,you can do that... grab some template . There are plenty of... to start from : (e.g.) https://learn.cloudcannon.com/jekyll-templates/
    Librebits
    @jordila

    coming Jekyll Live coding event , saturday 10th april ... enjoy

    https://talk.jekyllrb.com/t/jekyll-live-coding-event/5861

    tomorrow !
    jordila @jordila reading about powerful Tabler project - UI Admin Panel - https://github.com/tabler/tabler