This is the Fuel Web Jekyll Powered Content Management System!
This is a combination of our framework we’ve worked on the last years and the static site generator/content management system that is Jekyll RB.
All blog posts are created inside a folder called _posts. Inside you will find a template file *_post-template.md you’ll want to duplicate this file to create a new post. All posts are named with year-month-day-postname.md This has to follow this format but the way the urls are displayed in the browser can change to however we would want to display them.
Menus are located inside the _data folder. These follow a basic yaml structure. each new link starts with a dash followed by the page name like so
- pagename: example
These are open and easy to read.
Pages added follow the same file structure as they would in any other website just labeled as an md file. So for example.com/about.html and example.com/about/ would both work for an about.md file in the root domain.
If you had a page like for instance example.com/practice-areas/car-accidents/uber-and-lyft/ this would be a file uber-and-lyft.md places inside the car-accidents folder inside the practice-areas folder.
Any further questions can see the basic Jekyll usage documentation at [jekyllrb.com]