This is the documentation for the latest development version of Velero. Both code and docs may be unstable, and these docs are not guaranteed to be up to date or correct. See the latest version.
When making changes to the website, please run the site locally before submitting a PR and manually verify your changes.
At the root of the project, run:
This runs all the Ruby dependencies in a container.
Alternatively, for quickly loading the website, under the
velero/site/ directory run:
bundle exec jekyll serve --livereload --future
For more information on how to run the website locally, please see our jekyll documentation.
author_name value must also be included in the tags field so the page that lists the author’s posts will work properly (Ex: https://velero.io/tags/carlisia%20campos/).
Note that the tags field can have multiple values.
author_name: Carlisia Campos tags: ['Carlisia Campos', "release", "how-to"]
If there is no image added to the header of the post, the default Velero logo will be used. This is fine, but not ideal.
If there’s an image that can be used as the blog post icon, the image field must be set to:
This image file must be added to the