Making a template my own

As I was structuring my website, I came upon many Jekyll templates, some of which I forked. One of them, was Will Koehler’s a simplistic, intuitive but most importantly neatly coded. In fact, he refactored one of the blogs in Jekyll’s list, and wrote a post about what he did. …

Hello, world!

Yo! Welcome to my website, as you can see, and despite my initial doubts, it became a blog. So through this post I mean to cover the reasoning behind this webpage, my goals, fears and what I have in mind for the future. But first things first. Why did I start this? Although, I tried to do a plain single paged website about myself, I found that I was not able to capture what I was all about. This might sound quite peculiar, even more so knowing that I was never a fan of blogging, but I understood I had...…

Worse than ever

Building on Will Koehler’s post, I’ve taken the long way. By that, I mean I chose to personalise my blog, after all it’s an opportunity to get to know not only Jekyll, but also SEO and Javascript, it is where I intend to test out new things. So, after kinda like a robot myself, I settled on the amazing HMFAYSAL Omega Theme yet, despite the amazing design, which I could never reach by myself, the code seemed messier than my own. Though thanks to that, I get to refactor a project! …