- First, embrace Jekyll as your static-site generator.
- Then, clone the babybindery repo and set it up in your directory of choice for local development. (Install Jekyll if you haven’t.)
- Decide what your content categories should be. We have started you off with “image,” “conversation,” “text,” and “other” (the last of which can really be a catchall). If you want to change these, please see the guide for “How Do I Change The Content Types?”.
- Hop into the
css directory and make changes to your body, headings, headers, footers, and so forth. Careful though! Please look at the “Caveats” document for a couple warnings.
- Write your posts by working in the
_posts directory. Make sure to check the posts we’ve provided to get a sense of the front matter you need to write. Then feel free to remove what we included.
- Once ready to publish, push to a
gh-pages branch or do whatever necessary for your github pages to get working.