Jekyll even worked inside folders like /sandbox/
To add a new page, just create a new markdown file and jekyll converts the markdown to html and puts it where you have in your layout. This doesn’t require any kind of configuration. It’s simple.
Okay, now comes the hard part… how do I actually get special divs like word divs and sim divs without showing them in markdown? Includes, I guess.
Jekyll is good because it basically adds subroutines and variables to html and it translates markdown into html.
You probably could find another tool other than jekyll that uses the liquid syntax.
Now I need to know Ruby. I guess the only reason I need a Gemfile is to make sure I have the correct version of jekyll and the jekyll github plugin so that my local server will exactly show what github shows.
Links github pages on jekyll’s website. The jekyll documentation is very good.