19 Dec '13, 3am

@gabebw @futuresanta @thompson_caleb wrote an awesome article about doing this in @jekyllrb, too:

Caleb Thompson July 15, 2013 analytics If you contribute to more than one blog, you may want to have all of your posts show up in a single stream, even if they aren’t hosted on that same site. In my case, I like to have the “external posts” I write here for Giant Robots to show up on my personal blog , so that I can direct people to a single place to see everything I write. Having the posts all in one place also allows me to use Google Analytics to track clicks from my site to posts on Giant Robots. At first glance, Jekyll doesn’t seem suited to this, but let’s dive in and see if we can make it work. Meta Refresh The first thing that comes to mind isn’t always the best, but let’s take a look at my original attempt. The desire was to keep our Google Analytics page views by setting up a custom layout for external posts that will use a <meta> tag to redirect to the post exter...

Full article: http://robots.thoughtbot.com/external-posts-in-jekyll

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