Jekyll - scripts
I do use the Jekyll static blog create tool for this blog.
I did write some useful small scripts to “build” the blog for example.
And to “serve” it on loaclhost, to open it up on your machine locally.
I also did write an “upload” script to upload my blog to my website FTP server.
You are asked for the password of your website. The password is never saved!
So I have to enter it every time I upload my blog. This is safe!
Here is the upload script:
#!/bin/bash # Read Password echo -n Password: read -s password echo lftp -e "mirror -R _site html/blog" -u user,$password ftp://your-webhost-url << EOF quit EOF
You have to set your webservers FTP address and your blog place “html/blog” on your server!
And you need to install the “lftp” tool to run this.
Note: you have to edit your “_config.yml” file and add this lines after the “exclude:” line:
- build.sh - serve.sh - upload.sh
So the bash scripts are not put into your blog content stuff!
Here is my scripts archive: Jekyll-scripts