Pelican

Migrate Static Site from GitHub Pages to S3 and CloudFlare

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Hosting a static site on GitHub pages (in 2017 at least) with a generator other than Jekyll was awkward and HTTPS was not an option. An alternate is deploying to object storage with distribution via CDN. This post provides step-by-step instructions for migrating a GitHub page to S3 and CloudFlare. Read More…

Adding Pelican Plugins

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Much of the diserable functionality for a modern website is delivered via community extensions for the Pelican package. I provides instructions for certain examples in this post, including the Disqus Comments extension. Read More…

Style my GitHub Page with Pelican-Themes

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A Pelican theme is a must if building a GitHub page or other static site with Pelican. This post details how to leverage the large number of community built themes to easily style a Pelican site. Read More…

Create a GitHub Personal Page with Python

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The second static site generator I used was the Python package Pelican, which is a good alternate to Jekyll for creating a GitHub Personal Page. My post summarizes a few of the benefits as well as how to use it in a basic way. Read More…