I think ... - pre-filledhttps://blog.kmonsoor.com/2015-12-21T00:44:00+06:00Pelican blog : Create a prefilled MarkDown(*.md) post2015-12-21T00:44:00+06:002015-12-21T00:44:00+06:00Khaled Monsoortag:blog.kmonsoor.com,2015-12-21:/pelican-create-a-prefilled-markdown-post/<p>While creating a blog post using Pelican, don&rsquo;t type the boring staff again and again&nbsp;&hellip;</p><p>I use this Python script to jump-start a new post. Nothing fancy, but useful.<br> Especially, if you are like me; hate to do same staff&nbsp;repeatedly. </p> <p>Clone this script in your blog&rsquo;s working folder on your pc. Once and&nbsp;forever.</p> <div class="highlight"><pre><span></span><code><span class="linenos" data-linenos="1 "></span>$ git clone https://gist.github.com/942d661b4666ddce352f.git </code></pre></div> <p>Now, whenever you create a new post, run it&nbsp;like:</p> <div class="highlight"><pre><span></span><code><span class="linenos" data-linenos="1 "></span>$ python2 ./pelican_new_MD_post_template.py &#39;your new blog post title&#39; </code></pre></div> <p>Then, it will create a empty post in <code>./content/articles/</code> folder, by default.<br> Now, edit that post and blog&nbsp;away.</p> <p>Here&rsquo;s the&nbsp;script:</p> <script src="https://gist.github.com/kmonsoor/942d661b4666ddce352f.js"></script> <p>Thanks for being here. Got any improvement suggestions? Plz let me know by comment on either here or on the Github&nbsp;gist.</p>