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Nick Knight
Nick Knight
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Organizing Permalinks

Can you just rename the .markdown file instead of creating a permalink variable. Wouldn't changing the file name make for easier organization and overall cleanliness?

Hey Nick this has nothing to do with your question but can you help me, with how you got Jekyll serve to work for you because I keep getting this message.

If you can help that'll be greatly appreciated if not then I understand

C:\RubyDevKit\newproject>bundle exec jekyll serve Configuration file: C:/RubyDevKit/newproject/_config.yml Source: C:/RubyDevKit/newproject Destination: C:/RubyDevKit/newproject/_site Incremental build: disabled. Enable with --incremental Generating... Error: could not read file C:/RubyDevKit/newproject/_posts/2016-07-30-welcome-to-jekyll.markdown: undefined method `key?' for "C:/RubyDevKit/newproject/_includes/icon-github.html":String Liquid Exception: The included file 'C:/RubyDevKit/newproject/_includes/icon-github.html' should exist and should not be a symlink in about.md jekyll 3.1.6 | Error: The included file 'C:/RubyDevKit/newproject/_includes/icon-github.html' should exist and should not be a symlink