Jekyll is a blog aware static website generator written in Ruby that uses Liquid for templating and Markdown or Textile for writing posts and pages. Jekyll also supports CSS preprocessors like
LESS. Here is an easy way to add meta
description to your Jekyll powered website.
Meta description helps
search engine bots display a short summary to a website’s post or page and helps the user get a short explanation of what content he/she is about to view. The description does not need to be a paragraph of a specific post or page, it can be a small line to explain what the content is about.
Jekyll uses Liquid for templating which makes it easy to add more markup to your source code.
description:string to your
description: This is an awesome website
Add these lines to your
You can now add
description: string to front-matter of your post or page and add a small summary to it.
Then build your website.
Now you have meta description for your Jekyll based website.