Every year I fall in love with a new documentation theme. And there is usually open licensing, but the problem is that it’s trapped behind some npm or other “state of the art” rendering nonsense that I don’t want to deal with. It’s not that I’m anti-front-end bleeding edge, but for most of us that use Github for documentation, the name of the game is Jekyll. We don’t want to think about a custom workflow to make our docs, we just want to write markdown, push to GitHub pages, and have it work. Thus I’ve made it a regular practice to, at least once in a while, take a beautiful theme and convert it into this format that can empower the researcher to make beautiful documentation. Without further delay, here is tw-jekyll. Enjoy!




Suggested Citation:
Sochat, Vanessa. "Tailwind Jekyll." @vsoch (blog), 12 Jan 2022, https://vsoch.github.io/2022/tw-jekyll/ (accessed 28 Nov 22).