Visual Studio Code Extension for Creating Jekyll Posts
This extension makes it easier to create new blog posts for Jekyll-based websites using the Visual Studio Code editor.
Using this extension, a user can create new post file with pre-filled "front matter". The template for front matter can either be provided by the user or the extension will use its built-in template.
If a user wants to provide a template file for new posts, they should create
Here's an example of the template file:
If no template is provided, the extension will use its built-in template for new posts. The default template is as follows:
To create a new post, a user must right click on a directory in the explorer menu and select the "New Post" option. Then, a dialog box prompts the user to provide the name of the file.
This has only been tested on the latest release (v.1.34.0) of Visual Studio Code. It may or may not work on earlier releases.
There are no extension-specific settings for now.