From The Programming Historian: "This lesson will help you create entirely free, easy-to-maintain, preservation-friendly, secure website over which you have full control, such as a scholarly blog, project website, or online portfolio."
From The Programming Historian by Dennis Tenen and Grant Wythoff: "In this tutorial, you will first learn the basics of Markdown—an easy to read and write markup syntax for plain text—as well as Pandoc, a command line tool that converts plain text into a number of beautifully formatted file types: PDF, .docx, HTML, LaTeX, slide decks, and more."
From The Programming Historian by William J. Turkel and Adam Crymble: "Here you will learn how to create HTML files with Python scripts, and how to use Python to automatically open an HTML file in Firefox."
"This semester, I proposed a course that was a grand experiment on a number of levels. It was going to be a course in which our final product was a collaboratively produced podcast series..."