This is a “retroactive” blog entry :). It took me about 3 months to switch all my 200+ web pages from DreamWeaver to Jekyll. Now I will tell a little of it. Loads of work. Why? Apart from liking new computing approaches, I knew that my venerable DreamWeaver will die when Apple in their wisdom decide that, after the summer 2019 OSX update, 32-bit programs will not run any more.

Of course I also wanted to switch from raw html coding to a nice CMS. Furthermore, a programmatic approach would be nice, because the 100+ illusion pages are very similarly structured.

There are 2 major types of CMSs, dynamic and static.

To keep this entry at manageable length, let’s just mention that I chose the static CMS Jekyll. More later.