Posts tagged ‘jekyll’


Comparing Generated Files Before and After Changes with Git Diff

The trilobite lived very much before

Once in a while, I have to make a change to many or all of my blog posts. For example, implementing opengraph meta tags.

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Word Counting My Whole Site

Try doing it with this

My site is static HTML, built with Jekyll (more details in my colophon). This means I have a folder that contains the whole site in HTML files.

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Scoring A+ for Security Headers on My Cloudfront-Hosted Static Website

Secure like this castle

On Saturday, I posted my guide on Scoring A+ for Security Headers in Django, following my talk at DjangoCon Europe. I thought it would be a good idea to step up and make my own site score A+, rather than a dismal F! My site isn’t built in Django, but as a Jekyll static site. It’s hosted on AWS S3 and CloudFront.

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Using IPython Notebook to Write Jekyll Blog Posts

Yup, that's a Python
Update (2019-03-22) I'm pretty sure this is quite out of date and I no longer do it myself. Still it might help you, also see the nbconvert docs for guidance and this blog post by Clare Duvallet.
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