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Jekyll Cheat Sheet
# Jekyll Quick Reference (Cheat Sheet)
## Table of Contents
- [Jekyll Commands](#jekyll-commands)
- [Octopress Commands](#octopress-commands)
- [Folder Structure](#folder-structure)
- [Global Variables](#global-variables)
- [Site Variables](#site-variables)
- [Page Variable](#page-variables)
- [Liquid Template Filters n Tags](#liquid-template-filters-n-tags)
- [Permalinks](#permalinks)
- [Template Examples](#template-examples)
- [GitHub Pages](#github-pages)
## Jekyll Commands
```
$ jekyll help
jekyll 2.5.3 -- Jekyll is a blog-aware, static site generator in Ruby
Usage:
jekyll <subcommand> [options]
Options:
-s, --source [DIR] Source directory (defaults to ./)
-d, --destination [DIR] Destination directory (defaults to ./_site)
--safe Safe mode (defaults to false)
-p, --plugins PLUGINS_DIR1[,PLUGINS_DIR2[,...]] Plugins directory (defaults to ./_plugins)
--layouts DIR Layouts directory (defaults to ./_layouts)
-h, --help Show this message
-v, --version Print the name and version
-t, --trace Show the full backtrace when an error occurs
Subcommands:
serve, server, s Serve your site locally
docs Launch local server with docs for Jekyll v2.5.3
build, b Build your site
doctor, hyde Search site and print specific deprecation warnings
new Creates a new Jekyll site scaffold in PATH
help Show the help message, optionally for a given subcommand.
```
### `build` Command
```
$ jekyll help build
jekyll build -- Build your site
Usage:
jekyll build [options]
Options:
--config CONFIG_FILE[,CONFIG_FILE2,...] Custom configuration file
--future Publishes posts with a future date
--limit_posts MAX_POSTS Limits the number of posts to parse and publish
-w, --[no-]watch Watch for changes and rebuild
--force_polling Force watch to use polling
--lsi Use LSI for improved related posts
-D, --drafts Render posts in the _drafts folder
--unpublished Render posts that were marked as unpublished
-q, --quiet Silence output.
-V, --verbose Print verbose output.
```
### `serve` Command
```
$ jekyll help serve
jekyll serve [options]
Options:
--config CONFIG_FILE[,CONFIG_FILE2,...] Custom configuration file
--future Publishes posts with a future date
--limit_posts MAX_POSTS Limits the number of posts to parse and publish
-w, --[no-]watch Watch for changes and rebuild
--force_polling Force watch to use polling
--lsi Use LSI for improved related posts
-D, --drafts Render posts in the _drafts folder
--unpublished Render posts that were marked as unpublished
-q, --quiet Silence output.
-V, --verbose Print verbose output.
-B, --detach Run the server in the background (detach)
-P, --port [PORT] Port to listen on
-H, --host [HOST] Host to bind to
-b, --baseurl [URL] Base URL
--skip-initial-build Skips the initial site build which occurs before the server is
```
## Jekyll Quickstart
```
$ jekyll new my-site
# => New jekyll site installed in ~/my-site
$ cd my-site
$ jekyll build
# => Configuration file: ~/_config.yml
# Source: ~/my-site
# Destination: ~/my-site/_site
# Generating... done.
$ jekyll serve
# => Server address: http://127.0.0.1:4000/
# Server running... press ctrl-c to stop.
```
Browse your site e.g. open the page @ `http://127.0.0.1:4000`
## Octopress Commands
```
$ octopress --help
octopress 3.0.0 -- Octopress is an obsessively designed toolkit for Jekyll blogging.
Usage:
octopress <subcommand> [options]
Options:
-h, --help Show this message
-v, --version Print the name and version
-t, --trace Show the full backtrace when an error occurs
Subcommands:
new Creates a new site with Jekyll and Octopress scaffolding at the specified path.
docs Launch local server with docs for Octopress v3.0.0.rc.31 and Octopress plugins.
init Add Octopress's default scaffolding to your site.
publish Convert a draft to a normal published post.
unpublish Convert a post to a draft. Command accepts path to post or search string.
isolate Move all posts not matching selected post to _posts/_exile. Command accepts path to post or search string.
integrate Reintegrate posts from _posts/_exile.
deploy Deploy your Octopress site.
```
## `new` Command
```
$ octopress new --help
octopress new -- Creates a new site with Jekyll and Octopress scaffolding at the specified path.
Usage:
octopress new <PATH>
Options:
-f, --force Force creation even if path already exists.
-b, --blank Creates scaffolding but with empty files.
-h, --help Show this message
Subcommands:
page Add a new page to your Jekyll site.
post Add a new post to your Jekyll site.
draft Add a new draft post to your Jekyll site.
```
## `new post` Command
```
$ octopress new post --help
octopress new post -- Add a new post to your Jekyll site.
Usage:
octopress new post <TITLE> [options]
Options:
-d, --date DATE Use 'now' or a String that is parseable by Time#parse.
-tm, --template PATH New post from a template.
-l, --lang LANGUAGE Set a post language (e.g. en, it) for multi-language sites.
-f, --force Overwrite file if it already exists
-s, --slug SLUG Use this slug in filename instead of sluggified post title.
-d, --dir DIR Create post at _posts/DIR/.
-c, --config <CONFIG_FILE>[,CONFIG_FILE2,...] Custom Jekyll configuration file
-h, --help Show this message
```
## `deploy` Command
```
$ octopress deploy --help
octopress deploy 1.0.4 -- Deploy your Octopress site.
Usage:
octopress deploy [options]
Options:
--config FILE The path to your config file (default: _deploy.yml)
-h, --help Show this message
Subcommands:
pull Pull down the published copy of your site into DIR
init Create a configuration file for a deployment method (git, rsync, s3).
add-bucket Add a new S3 bucket and configure it for static websites. Name defaults to bucket_name in config file
```
## Octopress Quickstart
```
$ octopress new my-site
# => New jekyll site installed in ~/my-site
# Added Octopress scaffold:
# + _templates/
# + draft
# + page
# + post
$ cd my-site
$ jekyll build
# => Configuration file: ~/_config.yml
# Source: ~/my-site
# Destination: ~/my-site/_site
# Generating... done.
$ jekyll serve
# => Server address: http://127.0.0.1:4000/
# Server running... press ctrl-c to stop.
```
## Folder Structure
Minimial:
```
├── _config.yml # site configuration
├── _posts # blog posts
| ├── 2015-01-01-week-1-factbook.md # filename format => YEAR-MONTH-DAY-TITLE.MARKUP
| ├── 2015-01-08-week-2-hoe.md
| └── 2015-01-15-week-3-slideshow.md
├── _layouts
| ├── default.html # master layout template
| └── post.html # blog post template
├── feed.xml # web feed template (e.g. in rss or atom format)
└── index.html # index template
```
will result in (with `permalink: date`):
```
└── _site # output build folder; site gets generated here
├── 2015
| └── 01
| ├── 01
| | └── week-1-factbook.html # blog post page
| ├── 08
| | └── week-2-hoe.html # another blog post page
| └── 15
| └── week-3-slideshow.html # another blog post page
├── feed.xml # web feed (e.g. in rss or atom format)
└── index.html # index page
```
or result in (with `permalink: none`):
```
└── _site # output build folder; site gets generated here
├── week-1-factbook.html # blog post page
├── week-2-hoe.html # another blog post page
├── week-3-slideshow.html # another blog post page
├── feed.xml # web feed (e.g. in rss or atom format)
└── index.html # index page
```
With post drafts, page collections, data stores and shared building blocks:
```
├── _config.yml # site configuration
├── _posts # blog posts
| ├── 2015-01-01-week-1-factbook.md # filename format => YEAR-MONTH-DAY-TITLE.MARKUP
| ├── 2015-01-08-week-2-hoe.md
| └── 2015-01-15-week-3-slideshow.md
├── _drafts # upcoming posts; not yet published
| ├── week-4-kramdown.md # note: no date required
| └── week-5-feedparser.md
├── _layouts
| ├── default.html # master layout templates
| ├── book.html # book listing template
| └── post.html # blog post template
├── _includes # shared building blocks
| ├── footer.html
| └── header.html
├── _data # data store (formats available .yml, .json, .csv)
| └── members.csv
├── _books # page collection (for books)
| ├── ruby-under-a-microscope.md
| └── learn-ruby-the-hard-way.md
├── books
| └── index.html # book listing index template
├── members.html # member listing template
├── feed.xml # web feed template (e.g. in rss or atom format)
└── index.html # site index template
```
Note: The `_post`, `_drafts`, `_layouts`, `_includes`, `_data`, `_books`, `_site` folders must start
with an underscore (`_`).
## `_posts` Folder
The post file name must follow the format: _YEAR-MONTH-DAY-TITLE.MARKUP_
(e.g. `2015-01-15-week-3-slideshow.md`).
The permalinks can be customized for each post,
but the date and markup language are determined by the file name.
```
├── _posts
| ├── 2015-01-01-week-1-factbook.md # e.g. date=2015-01-01, markup=md
| ├── 2015-01-08-week-2-hoe.md # date=2015-01-08, markup=md
| └── 2015-01-15-week-3-slideshow.md # date=2015-01-15, markup=md
```
### Front Matter
```
---
layout: post
title: "Week #3 - slideshow gem - a free web alternative to PowerPoint and Keynote in Ruby"
---
```
**Excerpt**
```
---
excerpt_separator: <!--more-->
---
Excerpt
<!--more-->
Out-of-excerpt
```
### Tips & Tricks
**Including images and resources**
```
![Ruby under a Microscope Book Cover]({{site.url}}/i/book-ruby-under-a-microscope.png)
[Hoe PDF Booklet](http://docs.seattlerb.org/hoe/Hoe.pdf); 6 Pages
```
## `_draft` Folder
Drafts are unpublished posts without a date.
```
├── _drafts
| ├── week-4-kramdown.md
| └── week-5-feedparser.md
```
## `_layouts` Folder
TBD
## `_includes` Folder
TBD
## `_data` Folder
TBD
## `_COLLECTION` Folder (e.g `_books`, `_albums`, etc.)
TBD
## Global Variables
```
site -- Sitewide information plus configuration settings from _config.yml.
page -- Page specific information plus the front matter.
Custom variables set via the front matter will be available here.
content -- In layout files, the rendered content of the Post or Page being wrapped.
Not defined in Post or Page files.
paginator -- When the paginate configuration option is set variable becomes available.
```
## Site Variables
**Built-in**
```
site.time -- The current time (when you run the jekyll command)
site.pages -- A list of all Pages
site.posts -- A reverse chronological list of all Posts
site.related_posts -- If the page processed is a Post, this contains a list of up to ten related Posts.
By default, these are low quality but fast to compute.
For high quality but slow to compute results, run the
jekyll command with the --lsi (latent semantic indexing) option.
site.static_files -- A list of all static files (i.e. files not processed by Jekyll's converter
or Liquid's renderer - getting passed-through/copied over to the_site
folder as-is). Each file has three properties: path, modified_time and extname
site.html_pages -- A list of all HTML Pages.
site.collections -- A list of all the collections.
site.data -- A list containing the data loaded from the files located in the _data folder.
site.documents -- A list of all the documents in every collection.
site.categories.CATEGORY -- The list of all Posts in category CATEGORY.
site.tags.TAG -- The list of all Posts with tag TAG.
```
**Your Own (Custom)**
All variables set via the command line and
in your `_config.yml` site configuration are available through the `site` variable.
For example, if you have `url: http://openfootball.github.io` in your configuration file,
then in your Posts and Pages it will be stored in `site.url`.
If you add in your `_config.yml` site configuration, for example:
```
url: 'http://openfootball.github.io'
title: 'football.db - Open Football Data'
```
than you can use the variables in your posts, pages and templates:
```
site.url -- your site's url
site.title -- your site's title
```
Note: Jekyll does not parse changes to `_config.yml` in watch mode,
you must restart Jekyll to see changes to variables.
## Page Variables
```
page.content -- The content of the Page, rendered or un-rendered depending upon what
Liquid is being processedand what page is.
page.title -- The title of the Page.
page.excerpt -- The un-rendered excerpt of the Page.
page.url -- The URL of the Post without the domain, but with a leading slash,
e.g. /2015/01/15/week-3-slideshow.html
page.date -- The Date assigned to the Post. This can be overridden in a Post's front matter
by specifying a new date/time in the format YYYY-MM-DD HH:MM:SS (assuming UTC),
or YYYY-MM-DD HH:MM:SS +/-TTTT
(to specify a time zone using an offset from UTC. e.g. 2015-01-15 11:11:00 +0900).
page.id -- An identifier unique to the Post (useful in feeds).
e.g. /2015/01/15/week-3-slideshow
page.categories -- The list of categories to which this post belongs.
Categories are derived from the directory structure above the _posts directory.
For example, a post at /ruby/gems/_posts/2015-01-15-week-3-slideshow.md would have
this field set to ['ruby', 'gem']. These can also be specified in the front matter.
page.tags -- The list of tags to which this post belongs. These can be specified in the front matter.
page.path -- The path to the raw post or page. Example usage: Linking back to the page or
post's source on GitHub. This can be overridden in the front matter.
page.next -- The next post relative to the position of the current post in site.posts.
Returns nil for the last entry.
page.previous -- The previous post relative to the position of the current post in site.posts.
Returns nil for the first entry.
```
## Liquid Template Filters n Tags
### Standard Filters
**String Filters**
```
{{ | capitalize }} -- capitalize words in the input sentence
{{ | downcase }} -- convert an input string to lowercase
{{ | upcase }} -- convert an input string to uppercase
{{ | strip_html }} -- strip html from string
{{ | strip_newlines }} -- strip all newlines (\n) from string
{{ | newline_to_br }} -- replace each newline (\n) with html break
{{ 'foofoo' | replace:'foo','bar' }} -- replace each occurrence
# => 'barbar'
{{ 'barbar' | replace_first:'bar','foo' }} -- replace the first occurrence
# => 'foobar'
{{ 'foobarfoobar' | remove:'foo' }} -- remove each occurrence
# => 'barbar'
{{ 'barbar' | remove_first:'bar' }} -- remove the first occurrence
# => 'bar'
{{ 'foobarfoobar' | truncate: 5, '.' }} -- truncate a string down to x characters.
# => 'foob.' It also accepts a second parameter that will append to the string
{{ | truncatewords }} -- truncate a string down to x words
{{ 'bar' | prepend:'foo' }} -- prepend a string
# => 'foobar'
{{ 'foo' | append:'bar' }} -- append a string
# => 'foobar'
{{ "a~b" | split:"~" }} -- split a string on a matching pattern
# => ['a','b']
{{ "hello" | slice: -3, 3 }} -- slice a string. Takes an offset and length
# => llo
```
**Date Filters**
```
{{ | date }} -- reformat a date
```
**Array Filters**
```
{{ | first }} -- get the first element of the passed in array
{{ | last }} -- get the last element of the passed in array
{{ | join }} -- join elements of the array with certain character between them
{{ | sort }} -- sort elements of the array
{{ | map }} -- map/collect an array on a given property
{{ | size }} -- return the size of an array or string
```
**Numbers, Math Filters**
```
{{ 4 | minus:2 }} #=> 2 -- subtraction
{{ 1 | plus:1 }} #=> 2 -- addition
{{ 5 | times:4 }} #=> 20 -- multiplication
{{ 10 | divided_by:2 }} #=> 5 -- division
{{ 3 | modulo:2 }} #=> 1 -- remainder
{{ '1' | plus:'1' }} #=>'11' -- note: make sure to use numbers not strings
```
**Escape Filters**
```
{{ | escape }} -- escape a string
{{ | escape_once }} -- returns an escaped version of html without affecting existing escaped entities
```
### Jekyll Filters
**Date, Time Filters**
```
{{ site.time | date_to_rfc822 }} -- Convert date to RFC-822 format
# => Mon, 07 Nov 2008 13:07:54 -0800 (e.g. used in rss feeds)
{{ site.time | date_to_xmlschema }} -- Convert date to XML Schema (ISO 8601) format
# => 2008-11-07T13:07:54-08:00 (e.g. used in atom feeds)
{{ site.time | date_to_string }} -- Convert date to short format
# => 07 Nov 2008
{{ site.time | date_to_long_string }} -- Convert date to long format
# => 07 November 2008
```
**Where, Group By, Sort Filters**
```
{{ site.members | where:"graduation_year","2014" }} -- Select all the objects in an array where the key
has the given value.
{{ site.members | group_by:"graduation_year" }} -- Group an array's items by a given property e.g.
[{"name"=>"2013", "items"=>[...]},
{"name"=>"2014", "items"=>[...]}]
{{ page.tags | sort }} -- Sort an array
{{ site.posts | sort: 'author' }} -- Optional args for hashes:
{{ site.pages | sort: 'title', 'last' }} 1. property name
2. nils order (first or last)
```
**Escape (XML, CGI, URI) Filters**
```
{{ page.content | xml_escape }} -- Escape some text for use in XML
{{ "foo,bar;baz?" | cgi_escape }} -- CGI escape a string for use in a URL;
# => foo%2Cbar%3Bbaz%3F replaces any special characters with appropriate %XX replacements
{{ "foo, bar \baz?" | uri_escape }} -- URI escape a string
# => foo,%20bar%20%5Cbaz?
```
**Convert (`markdownify`, `slugify`, `sassify`, `jsonify`) Filters**
```
{{ page.excerpt | markdownify }} -- Convert a Markdown-formatted string into HTML
{{ site.data.projects | jsonify }} -- Convert Hash or Array to JSON
{{ some_scss | scssify }} -- Convert a SCSS-formatted string into CSS
{{ some_sass | sassify }} -- Convert a Sass-formatted string into CSS
{{ "The _config.yml file" | slugify }} -- Convert a string into a lowercase URL "slug";
# => the-config-yml-file with option 'pretty': spaces and non-alphanumeric chars
{{ "The _config.yml file" | slugify: 'pretty' }} except for ._~!$&'()+,;=@
# => the-_config.yml-file
```
**Misc Filters**
```
{{ page.content | number_of_words }} -- Count the number of words in some text
# => 1337
{{ page.tags | array_to_sentence_string }} -- Convert an array into a sentence. Useful for listing tags
# => foo, bar, and baz
```
### Jekyll Tags
**Include Tag**
```
{% include footer.html %} -- Searches for include file in _includes folder
{% include footer.html param="value" %} You can also pass parameters to an include
{% include_relative somedir/footer.html %} -- Searches for include file relative to the file where used
```
**Code Syntax Highlighting Tag**
```
{% highlight ruby %}
def main
puts 'Hello World'
end
{% endhighlight %}
```
```
{% highlight ruby linenos %} -- Use line numbers
def main
puts 'Hello World'
end
{% endhighlight %}
```
**Gist Tag**
```
{% gist hyde/931c1c8d465a04042403 %}
{% gist hyde/931c1c8d465a04042403 hello_world.rb %} -- You may specify the filename to display
```
(Source: see jekyll-gist gem)
## Permalinks
The default `date` permalink is defined as:
```
/:categories/:year/:month/:day/:title.html
```
### Permalink Variables
```
year -- Year from the Post’s filename
month -- Month from the Post’s filename
i_month -- Month from the Post’s filename without leading zeros.
day -- Day from the Post’s filename
i_day -- Day from the Post’s filename without leading zeros.
short_year -- Year from the Post’s filename without the century.
title -- Title from the Post’s filename
categories -- The specified categories for this Post.
If a post has multiple categories, Jekyll will create a hierarchy
(e.g. /category1/category2). Also Jekyll automatically parses out double slashes in the URLs,
so if no categories are present, it will ignore this.
```
### Permalink Styles
**Built-in**
```
date /:categories/:year/:month/:day/:title.html
pretty /:categories/:year/:month/:day/:title/
none /:categories/:title.html
```
**Examples**
Given a post named: /2015-01-15-week-3-slideshow.md
```
None specified (date) /2015/01/15/week-3-slideshow.html
pretty /2015/01/15/week-3-slideshow/index.html
/:month-:day-:year/:title.html /01-15-2015/week-3-slideshow.html
/blog/:year/:month/:day/:title /blog/2015/01/15/week-3-slideshow/index.html
```
## Template Examples
### Displaying an index of posts
```html
<ul>
{% for post in site.posts %}
<li>
<a href="{{ post.url }}">{{ post.title }}</a>
</li>
{% endfor %}
</ul>
```
### Displaying an index of posts with excerpts
```html
<ul>
{% for post in site.posts %}
<li>
<a href="{{ post.url }}">{{ post.title }}</a>
{{ post.excerpt }}
</li>
{% endfor %}
</ul>
```
### Generate web feed e.g. `feed.xml` for last ten posts (in Atom format)
```xml
---
layout: null
---
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>
<feed xmlns="http://www.w3.org/2005/Atom">
<title>{{ site.title }}</title>
<link href="{{ site.url }}/feed.xml" rel="self"/>
<link href="{{ site.url }}/"/>
<updated>{{ site.time | date_to_xmlschema }}</updated>
<id>{{ site.url }}/</id>
<author>
<name>{{ site.author }}</name>
</author>
<generator>Jekyll v{{ jekyll.version }}</generator>
{% for post in site.posts limit: 10 %}
<entry>
<title>{{ post.title | xml_escape }}</title>
<link href="{{ site.url }}{{ post.url }}"/>
<updated>{{ post.date | date_to_xmlschema }}</updated>
<id>{{ site.url }}{{ post.id }}</id>
<content type="html">{{ post.content | xml_escape }}</content>
</entry>
{% endfor %}
</feed>
```
Tip: Add feed auto-discovery to your master layout template in the header. Example:
```html
<link rel="alternate" type="application/atom+xml" href="{{ site.url }}/feed.xml" title="News Feeds">
```
Note: You can add more than one feed, for example:
```html
<link rel="alternate" type="..." href="{{ site.url }}/feed.xml" title="Blog News Feeds">
<link rel="alternate" type="..." href="{{ site.url }}/books/feed.xml" title="Books News Feed">
<link rel="alternate" type="..." href="{{ site.url }}/links/feed.xml" title="Links News Feed">
```
## Paginator
### Paginator Variables
```
paginator.per_page -- Number of Posts per page
paginator.posts -- Posts available for that page
paginator.total_posts -- Total number of Posts
paginator.total_pages -- Total number of Pages
paginator.page -- The number of the current page
paginator.previous_page -- The number of the previous page
paginator.previous_page_path -- The path to the previous page
paginator.next_page -- The number of the next page
paginator.next_page_path -- The path to the next page
```
(Source: see jekyll-paginator gem)
***Render the paginated Posts***
```html
{% for post in paginator.posts %}
<h1><a href="{{ post.url }}">{{ post.title }}</a></h1>
<p class="author">
<span class="date">{{ post.date }}</span>
</p>
<div class="content">
{{ post.content }}
</div>
{% endfor %}
<div class="pagination">
{% if paginator.previous_page %}
<a href="{{ paginator.previous_page_path }}" class="previous">Previous</a>
{% else %}
<span class="previous">Previous</span>
{% endif %}
<span class="page_number ">Page: {{ paginator.page }} of {{ paginator.total_pages }}</span>
{% if paginator.next_page %}
<a href="{{ paginator.next_page_path }}" class="next">Next</a>
{% else %}
<span class="next ">Next</span>
{% endif %}
</div>
```
## GitHub Pages
- [`pages.github.com`](https://pages.github.com/)
What Jekyll version and plugins get used?
- [`pages.github.com/versions`](https://pages.github.com/versions`], for example (update Jan/2015):
Library | Version
--------------------- | -----------
jekyll | 2.4.0
jekyll-coffeescript | 1.0.1
jekyll-sass-converter | 1.2.0
kramdown | 1.5.0
liquid | 2.6.1
pygments.rb | 0.6.0
jemoji | 0.4.0
jekyll-mentions | 0.2.1
jekyll-redirect-from | 0.6.2
jekyll-sitemap | 0.6.3
github-pages | 32
ruby | 2.1.1
### `site.github` Variables
```
site.github.contributors -- A list of your project's contributors (*)
site.public_repositories -- A list of your public repositories (*)
site.organization_members -- A list of your organization's public members (*)
...
```
(*) as returned through the contributors/repositories list/organization members API
Each of these new variables let you use the complete user/repository objects in Jekyll, thus,
you no longer need any client-side JavaScript API calls when showcasing
your projects on GitHub. For more information on displaying metadata
within your Jekyll site, see [Repository metadata on GitHub Pages](https://help.github.com/articles/repository-metadata-on-github-pages/).
(Source: [`jekyll-github-metadata` gem](https://github.com/jekyll/github-metadata))
### Sitemap Plugin
By simply adding the plugin to your site's configuration (`_config.yml`) e.g.
```
gems:
- jekyll-sitemap
```
Jekyll will automatically generate a `sitemaps.org`-compliant sitemap,
making it easier for search engines to index your site's content.
Note: The sitemap plugin is already added (and white-listed) on GitHub Pages.
(Source: [`jekyll-sitemap` gem](https://github.com/jekyll/jekyll-sitemap))
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