GitHub Pages currently supports several Jekyll plugins:
- Jemoji - provides support for emoji within Jekyll posts and pages
- Jekyll-mentions - provides support for @mentions within Jekyll posts and pages
- Jekyll-redirect-from - redirects visitors to an updated URL when Jekyll post or page filenames change.
- Jekyll-sitemap - adds a standards compliant sitemap for your GitHub Pages.
In addition, GitHub Pages supports all other functionality of Jekyll, such as native Sass and CoffeeScript support.
- Make sure you're using the latest version of the GitHub Pages Gem
Add a list of enabled gems (plugins) to your site's
_config.ymlfile, such as:
gems: - jekyll-mentions - jemoji - jekyll-redirect-from - jekyll-sitemap
If you don't have a
_config.yml file, you will need to create one in the root of your GitHub Pages repository.
For more information, see the Jekyll documentation.
The GitHub Pages website lists the exact versions of the plugins used by the GitHub Pages server.