IP_ADDRESSto the IP address of your server and change
example.comto the domain of your app. This will create a folder called
example.comwhere your Jekyll site will live on the server. Using the domain will make it easy to find
/etc/nginx/sites-enabled/jekyllto setup NGINX. Make sure to change your
rootfolder to match the domain and folder you want to deploy to.
sudo service nginx reloadto restart NGINX.
./deploy.shwhich will trigger a
jekyll buildand rsync all the files up to the server.