Welcome to the learning pages of the J1 Template. A good decision to get on that page first. Certainly, there is no better place to start learning what the J1 Template can do and what pages are available to experience more.
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The crucial first step in finding your way to Jekyll is done: congratulations. The section Learn contains all you need to expirience what Jekyll and J1 can do for your new website, for your new static web. You are welcome to spend some time diving into the techniques of creating modern static webs.
In this section, you’ll find a tour to show some of the main features of the J1 Template. This trip covers how image data can be managed using J1, some background of the Theme’s typography, discuss extensions, and what J1 can do in general. The roundtrip is a visual tour, no technical stuff, nothing academic. See what you will get as an overview of some of the top features of J1.
If you’re interested what J1 Template can do, continue by walking through the roundtrip examples by starting an inspiring tour from here.
A cheatsheet is a helper text concise as a reference or summary to provide quick and handy information about a topic or subject. They will help you to remember key concepts, formulas, commands, or other essential details without consulting extensive documentation or resources.
Find convenient quick references for YAML, Git and more. For example, go for the cheatsheet YAML.
Collections are Jekyll’s most powerful and simultaneously least understood feature of the generator. Collections add another possibility, or use-case, outside of Jekyll’s post- and page-publishing functionality. Learn more about collections for more powerful static websites. To learn more what collections are, check Jekyll Collections.
To become more familiar with using J1, go to the tutorial section. Have fun experiencing what Jekyll and J1 can do. A good starting point for using J1 Template is Jekll in a Day.
Optimizing a website for search engines (SEO) is important for success. Read more about SEO and how to implement working strategies for a Jekyll-based websites at Learning SEO.