Octopress: Create Static Sites with a Full-Featured Framework
Sep 07, 2011, 08:00 (0 Talkback[s])
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"Octopress makes use of Jekyll and Markdown, but it's relatively
easy to set up and configure. It also has a slew of plugins that
add services like Google Analytics, Twitter, Disqus and so forth.
Want pretty posts with nice-looking pullquotes and blockquotes?
Octopress has those as well. Worried about visitors using mobile
browsers? No problem. Octopress has a mobile layout that looks as
good in Safari on iOS as it does on Firefox on the desktop.
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