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Jekyll is a static site generator, which means that it converts your website's assets into a bunch of static HTML pages that you can deploy to your favorite hosting option. Jekyll offers useful functionality out of the box, and for the times you need your own custom functionality, Jekyll has a plugin system where this can be added on. In this article, I'll show you what Jekyll's plugin system looks like and how to write your own plugins.

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