I am trying to setup a github page using this jekyll theme https://github.com/melvinchng/business-jekyll-theme which itself is hosted on github.
I downloaded the zip file, created a local git repository, and made sure the web page can be developed locally. Upon first execution of:
bundle exec jekyll serve
on my local machine, I got the error message of:
Bundler could not find compatible versions for gem "ffi": In snapshot (Gemfile.lock): ffi (= 1.9.23) In Gemfile: jekyll (= 3.5.2) was resolved to 3.5.2, which depends on jekyll-watch (~> 1.1) was resolved to 1.5.1, which depends on listen (~> 3.0) was resolved to 3.1.5, which depends on rb-inotify (>= 0.9.7, ~> 0.9) was resolved to 0.9.10, which depends on ffi (< 2, >= 0.5.0) Running `bundle update` will rebuild your snapshot from scratch, using only the gems in your Gemfile, which may resolve the conflict.
Thus I had to update it using
bundle update. After that, the webpage can be generated and displayed correctly on my local machine.
I then synced my local repository to my github page at:
but as you can see, the webpages are not being generated/displayed properly as compared to the original jekyll theme that is also hosted on the github.
Can anyone please shed some lights as what I am doing wrong? I have hosted personal github page using other jekyll theme and had worked well. I must admit that I have not used this particular theme previously until now.
any help is very much appreciated,