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Adding Style Sheets to Github Pages Jekyll Blog
by Mike Levin
Saturday, April 30, 2022
Okay, that was easy, adding the prev/next arrows to Jekyll blogs. But I’m not
quite done. There’s some CSS that completes the project.
It was a bit tricky to figure out. I don’t normally do the sass css generators,
but it’s built into Jekyll. The default css for Jekyll is the type of thing you
download and put in location locally just like a default.html or post.html. And
like them, there will be some transformations occurring, but instead of just
using a style.css you use a style.scss which does an import:
Using the CSS provided at the article I’m working off of, I guessed that you
simply paste it underneath: