2.4 Setting Site-Wide Configurations
One of the most important files you will ever use when customizing your site in Jekyll is the _config.yml file. Config files like this can seem overwhelming, but we are going to start from the very basics and gradually add things over time.
1.Introduction2 lessons, 05:41
2 lessons, 05:41
2.Getting Started With Jekyll6 lessons, 50:34
6 lessons, 50:34
3.Creating a Blog Site5 lessons, 40:31
5 lessons, 40:31
4.Conclusion1 lesson, 02:02
1 lesson, 02:02
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