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How To Control URLs and Links in Jekyll

by Mike Levin

Saturday, April 23, 2022

We are blogging using just a plain old text-file which currently becomes one long file on pythonically.com. On my last video I got Jekyll’s default blog post system working. Jekyll is a static site publishing system built into Github. The feature is called Github pages.

We changed our theme of Github Pages (through Github.com / Settings / Pages)

We did a git pull.

That got us our _config.yml file.

I’m following the instructions on this fine article: https://www.digitalocean.com/community/tutorials/how-to-control-urls-and-links-in-jekyll

I’m waiting for the Jekyll changes to propagate.