- Where Does It Go?
- Layouts and Templates
- Hosting on GitHub Pages
- Content Pages
- Site Features
- User Widgets
- Template Widgets
The vanilla install of Jekyll is great for simple blogs, but you have a good bit of tweaking ahead of you if you want to extend that basic functionality. Jekyll Faces provides configurable features that make your site more full-featured.
Out of the box, Jekyll Faces provides support for the following features:
- Analytics: Use a 3rd-party script for usage statistics. Target content for users, browsers, and locations.
- Comments: Build community around your site by allowing visitors to discuss your posts.
- Font Icons: Select from several icon sets to use in the text on your site.
- 404 Pages: Avoid boring file-not-found pages by selecting one from many Jekyll Faces provides.
- Main Menu: Filter and name the main menu links for your site.
- Search: Let Jekyll Faces know when and how to provide search for you content.
- Footer: Define common content for all pages in 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, or 12 columns.