I am going to really miss reading all of the password combinations, I just might create a dummy page just to continue reading them. I mean who wouldn't want to see
admin:pussy69 in their failed login logs?
By moving to Jekyll, it has given me a great opportunity to clean up my website and finally organize things properly so this was the perfect moment. Not only will I be cleaning up all of my pages, I will also be deleting a lot of blog posts that I've written in the past that I'm just embarrassed about.
Since I just started using Jekyll here are some immediate pros and cons:
- Much faster load times
- Quicker and simpler theme development
- No need for a database with a lot of different entries
- Nothing to hack...
- Lack of server side processing
So far, I'm satisfied with Jekyll and I'm hoping I'll be able to continue using it and hacking on it by writing my own Jekyll plug-ins.
Also, there are a lot of shit designs out there for Jekyll websites. I do have to say, mine is pretty awesome in comparison.