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Do I need Jekyll serve to work in order to host my code?
Jekyll serve is not working, keep receiving error message and I don't know how to fix it. So do I need it to be able to connect in order to host my code. Is this something I can ignore? Guil Hernandez
Guil HernandezTreehouse Teacher
To preview your site in the browser locally, you'll need to run the server. But you can also run a build of your site, which you can then upload to a server or GitHub pages, using
Have you watched the workshop I created on building a Jekyll site on GitHub?
"You can build a Jekyll website without having to install Ruby and Jekyll on your computer; or without using the command line and Git. You can get a Jekyll site up and running on the web by simply using the tools provided on github.com."
Hope this helps. :)