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1. Getting Started Page Getting Started → 1. Getting Started 10. Configure the build scripts Introduction This site provides documentation, training, and other notes for the Jekyll Documentation theme. There’s a lot...
Build arguments Page You use various build arguments with your Jekyll project. You can also create shell scripts to act as shortcuts for long build commands. You can store the co...
10. Configure the build scripts Page You need to customize the build scripts. These script automate the publishing of your PDFs and web outputs through shell scripts on the command line.
Generating PDFs Page You can generate a PDF from your Jekyll project. You do this by creating a web version of your project that is printer friendly. You then use utility called ...
Help APIs and UI tooltips Page You can loop through files and generate a JSON file that developers can consume like a help API. Developers can pull in values from the JSON into interface e...
iTerm profiles Page You can set up profiles in iTerm to facilitate the build process with just a few clicks. This can make it a lot easier to quickly build multiple outputs.
Pushing builds to server Page You can push your build to AWS using commands from the command line. By including your copy commands in commands, you can package all of the build and deploy...
Search configuration Page The search feature uses JavaScript to look for keyword matches in a JSON file. The results show instant matches, but it doesn't provide a search results page...
Themes Page You can choose between two different themes (one green, the other blue) for your projects. The theme CSS is stored in the CSS folder and configured in the co...