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Make Jelly site have a GitBook look!
Live demo on Github Pages: https://sighingnow.github.io/jekyll-gitbook
Why Jekyll with GitBook
GitBook is an amazing frontend style to present and organize contents (such as book chapters
and blogs) on Web. The typical to deploy GitBook at Github Pages
is building HTML files locally and then push to Github repository, usually to the
branch. It's quite annoying to repeat such workload and make it hard for people do version
control via git for when there are generated HTML files to be staged in and out.
This theme takes style definition out of generated GitBook site and provided the template for Jekyll to rendering markdown documents to HTML, thus the whole site can be deployed to Github Pages without generating and uploading HTML bundle every time when there are changes to the original repo.
How to Get Started
This theme can be used just as other Jekyll themes.
Fork this repository and add your markdown posts to the
This work is open sourced under the Apache License, Version 2.0.
Copyright 2019 Tao He.