GitHub Training Kit
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Projects Used in Training-Kit
- We use Jekyll and Markdown.
- Our content is styled using the Primer CSS toolkit.
- The corner badge of an Octocat is from tholman.com
Packaging for Viewing Behind Your Firewall
If you'd like to have a copy of the files to be served from a web server inside of your firewall, start by running
script/packageto create a release tarball. This will be in the format
release-XXXXXXX.tgzfor you to take wherever you want.
- To test this looks okay, create some folders
mkdir -p test_site/kit.
- Untar the release,
tar -xzf release-XXXXXXX.tgz -C test_site/kit.
- Switch into the test_site directory,
- View the site with
python -m SimpleHTTPServer. Note: Some servers are obviously more advanced than others and can handle redirects, smart recognition of
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