Sorting tags in Jekyll

On this blog I list all the used tags in the sidebar. I realised these tags were listed randomly so wanted to know if you could sort them alphabetically. Turns out you can. (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); -- Tagging posts In your posts, make sure you tag your posts in the meta section: title: Your awesome titletags: - something - here - three Now, Jekyll is clever and knows about your tags and stores them in site.

Blogging with CabinJS and Grunt

I just want to mention CabinJS. It took me all of 10 minutes to set it up, and another 10 to get the automatic deployment to Github Pages working. The other 4 hours this sunday I spent on layouting, designing and tweaking the blog you’re reading now. And that’s pretty sweet. There’s quite a few static site generators on the market today, of which Jekyll probably is the most famous, but CabinJS elevates a minimalistic setup combined with Grunt tasks to a new level of awesomeness.

Blogging with Octopress

As some of you may know, even though I don’t blog all that often, I do mess about with it a lot. Mostly on what makes it run. Switching between Croogo, a custom built CakePHP site, Wordpress .. and back again. For some reason none of them really seemed what I wanted. Croogo is cool enough, but actually adding posts is a hassle, and theming the thing was more of a puzle.