Getting Started


We’re working on a series of tutorials to help you get started using Jekyll and Siteleaf. We’ll be updating the list below as more tutorials are added to our Blog.

Jekyll from scratch

In this tutorial, we’ll show you how to get set up and develop websites locally using Jekyll. We’ll cover installation, creating a new site, file structure, and finally we’ll commit the new site to GitHub. View →

Connecting GitHub and Siteleaf

This tutorial will show you how to connect and sync an existing Jekyll site from GitHub to Siteleaf, so you can edit content and preview your site in the cloud. View →

Customizing the Siteleaf admin

Siteleaf v2 was built to be be customized. In this tutorial, we’ll dive deeper into the Siteleaf admin and learn some tricks on how to tweak the interface to suit our needs. We’ll cover collections, permalinks, metadata, smart fields, defaults, and user roles. View →

Creating author pages

In this tutorial, we show you how to set up your Jekyll blog with author pages and leverage Siteleaf to maintain your content. View →

Creating tag pages

In this tutorial, we show you approaches for creating tag pages in Jekyll and Siteleaf. Learn how to create tag pages with and without plugins. View →

JAMstack e-commerce with Snipcart

How to use the JAMstack (JavaScript, APIs, & Markup) to create a static site with e-commerce, powered by Siteleaf and Snipcart. View →

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