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Creating a post series
Creating a post series

From version 0.12, you can now make a post a part of a series of posts, linking to the other posts in the series, by creating a series data file and then setting the series in each of the post’s front matter.

Creating a docs site with Broncobots
Creating a docs site with Broncobots

I created Broncobots as a theme for my own website and decided to open source it so others could use it as well. One of the key things I wanted to do was to create a theme that worked with GitHub Pages, which also means that you can also use it as a docs site for your project.

Getting started with Broncobots for Jekyll
Getting started with Broncobots for Jekyll

I have made a theme for Jekyll which is based on the Bulma frontend framework. It might look familiar, because I am also using it for this site. If you like the look of this theme then I thought I would write a little blog post about how to use it for your own site and how you can use it with GitHub Pages.

Why use a static site generator
Why use a static site generator

There are many ways to make a website and many different CMS platforms you can use, such as WordPress and Joomla, as well as site builder tools that offer you drag and drop interfaces, but what about static site generators?

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Creating a post series
Creating a post series

From version 0.12, you can now make a post a part of a series of posts, linking to the other posts in the series, by creating a series data file and then setting the series in each of the post’s front matter.

Creating a docs site with Broncobots
Creating a docs site with Broncobots

I created Broncobots as a theme for my own website and decided to open source it so others could use it as well. One of the key things I wanted to do was to create a theme that worked with GitHub Pages, which also means that you can also use it as a docs site for your project.

Getting started with Broncobots for Jekyll
Getting started with Broncobots for Jekyll

I have made a theme for Jekyll which is based on the Bulma frontend framework. It might look familiar, because I am also using it for this site. If you like the look of this theme then I thought I would write a little blog post about how to use it for your own site and how you can use it with GitHub Pages.