Books & Videos

Table of Contents

  1. Chapter 1 Why Static Sites?

    1. Benefits of Static Sites

  2. Chapter 2 Building a Basic Static Site

    1. Welcome to Harp

    2. Your First Harp Project

    3. Working with Layouts and Partials

    4. Working with Data

    5. Generating a Site

    6. Building Camden Grounds

    7. Going Further with Harp

  3. Chapter 3 Building a Blog

    1. Blogging with Jekyll

    2. Your First Jekyll Project

    3. Writing a Post

    4. A Quick Introduction to Liquid

    5. Working with Layouts and Includes

    6. Adding Additional Files

    7. Working with Data

    8. Configuring Your Jekyll Site

    9. Generating a Site

    10. Building a Blog

    11. Going Further with Jekyll

  4. Chapter 4 Building a Documentation Site

    1. Characteristics of a Documentation Site

    2. Choosing a Generator for Your Documentation Site

    3. Our Sample Documentation Site

    4. Creating the Site

    5. Going Further

  5. Chapter 5 Adding Dynamic Elements

    1. Handling Forms

    2. Adding Comments

    3. Adding Search

    4. Even More Options

  6. Chapter 6 Adding a CMS

    1. CloudCannon

    2. Netlify CMS

    3. Jekyll Admin

    4. More Options

  7. Chapter 7 Deployment

    1. Plain Old Web Servers

    2. Cloud File Storage Providers

    3. Deploying with Surge

    4. Deploying with Netlify

    5. Summary

  8. Chapter 8 Migrating to a Static Site

    1. Migrating from WordPress to Jekyll

    2. Other Migration Options

    3. Go Forth and Be Static