Jekyll provides built-in support for Sass and CoffeeScript. In order to use them, create a file with the proper extension name (one of
.coffee) and start the file with two lines of triple dashes, like this:
--- --- // start content .my-definition font-size: 1.2em
Jekyll allows you to customize your Sass conversion in certain ways.
If you are using Sass
@import statements, you’ll need to ensure that your
sass_dir is set to the base directory that contains your Sass files. You can do that thusly:
sass: sass_dir: _sass
The Sass converter will default to
You may also specify the output style with the
style option in your
sass: style: :compressed
These are passed to Sass, so any output style options Sass supports are valid here, too.