Getting Help

Need help with Jekyll? Try these resources.

Documentation

Start with our official guide to Jekyll covering installation, writing, customization, deployment, and more.

Jekyll Talk

Our official Discourse forum. Here, users and contributors can ask questions and discuss all aspects of Jekyll. Also the place to showcase your jekyll sites and share your jekyll themes.

Jekyll on StackOverflow

StackOverflow is a staple of any developer’s diet. Check out the Jekyll tag on StackOverflow for an answer to your question. Not there? Ask a new question!

Jekyll IRC Channel

Get live support at #jekyll on irc.freenode.net, the official Jekyll IRC channel.

The Dev community

DEV’s jekyll tag is a place to share Jekyll projects, articles and tutorials as well as start discussions and ask for feedback on Jekyll-related topics. Developers of all skill-levels are welcome to take part.

View source

Learn from the source of others, you’ll find plenty of jekyll sites and jekyll themes carefully handcrafted on GitHub.

Tutorials

Similar to documentation, but more detailed scenario-based walk-throughs covering a variety of topics.

Upgrading

Did you recently upgrade from Jekyll 1 to 2 or from Jekyll 2 to 3? Known breaking changes are listed in the upgrading docs.

Jekyllconf

Watch videos from members of the Jekyll community speak about interesting use cases, tricks they’ve learned or meta Jekyll topics.

Google

Add jekyll to almost any query, and you’ll find just what you need.

jekyll/jekyll

Search through the issues on the main Jekyll development. Think you’ve found a bug? File a new issue.

@jekyllrb on Twitter

The official Jekyll Twitter account. It’s not checked often, so try the above first.