This is Part 1 in a series on Migrating from Wordpress to Jekyll.
The documentation for getting started with Jekyll is great. I’m not going to rehash everything that’s covered there.
Instead, this post and the others in the series will be more like, “here’s the order I wish I had done things in” or “here’s everything I ended up needing to pull together to get stuff working”. I hope it helps you and saves you time if you ever decide to do a similar migration from a self-hosted Wordpress install to Jekyll.
So here we go….