HTML Build a Blog with Jekyll and GitHub Pages Getting Started with Jekyll Creating a Jekyll Project

Kate Zelaya
Kate Zelaya
45 Points

I have installed jekyll and created a jekyll project and when i go to the main folder i seem to be missing some folders.

I went to the project folder i made and i am missing some folders that i see in the tutorial...like for examples the _includes folder. will i have to make a folder myself called that or what should i do?

Luke Pettway
Luke Pettway
16,543 Points

What steps did you follow to create your project? Did you use the Ruby gem to install it?

I see what Kate means. it seems in newer Jekyll projects they don't have Guil Hernandez's folders like layout and includes etc. In fact a lot of the Jekyll process seems to have changed since this video. I've love to see an updated video.

1 Answer

Kevin Lawler
Kevin Lawler
Full Stack JavaScript Techdegree Student 5,929 Points

Hi Kate,

Has your problem been worked out?

I'm not taking your course yet, but does this link address the issue?

(https://help.github.com/articles/files-that-start-with-an-underscore-are-missing/)

Does it help lead you to a solution?