Why Aren't My Jekyll Posts Showing Up? (Solved)

Question: Why isn’t my Jekyll post showing up?

Answer:

Your Jekyll post may not show up for a multitude of reasons, but I’ve compiled some of the most common reasons, and how to resolve them.

  • Your post is not in the “_posts” directory. Move it to that directory.
  • The post has published: false in it’s front matter. Set it to true.
  • Your post’s date is formatted incorrectly. Posts should be named by year-month-day-title.markup. For example, 2020-06-10-jekyll-pages-not-showing.md.
  • The post’s date is in the future, and your post has the future: true directive enabled. Either remove future: true, or change your article’s date to the past or present.
  • Invalid characters in the title of the post. It’s most likely you have a colon in your title– change it to &#58.
  • Your post doesn’t have the correct permalink: directive. Ensure it is set correctly.

I hope this has helped you! If not, feel free to leave a comment, and I’ll try my best to get back to you! :)

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Mike Miller
Mike Miller Since the age of nine, Mike Miller has been coding his own games, visualizations, and other technological projects.

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