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Market Share By Site Popularity

Alexa RankCMS RankMarket Share
Most Popular Sites < 1,000#620.430%
Very Popular Sites < 10,000#920.206%
Popular Sites < 100,000#990.076%
Less Popular Sites < 1,000,000#1060.055%
All Sites#1270.032%

Market Share History

This chart shows the history of detected websites using Jekyll

CMS Versions: Major

Percentage of detected CMS versions

Major VersionPercent
Version 3100.00%

CMS Versions: Minor

Minor VersionPercent
Version 3.819.30%
Version 3.769.88%
Version 3.65.158%
Version 3.51.331%
Version 3.41.664%
Version 3.31.331%
Version 3.01.331%


Websites using Jekyll were written in the following languages:

English (en)88.42%
French (fr)2.316%
German (de)1.053%
Italian (it)0.842%
Persian (Farsi) (fa)0.842%
Japanese (ja)0.842%
Portuguese (pt)0.842%
Chinese (zh)0.842%
Turkish (tr)0.632%
Polish (pl)0.421%
Russian (ru)0.421%
Norwegian Bokmål (nb)0.421%
Spanish (es)0.421%
Arabic (ar)0.211%
Czech (cs)0.211%
Hebrew (modern) (he)0.211%
Norwegian Nynorsk (nn)0.211%
Swedish (sv)0.211%
Korean (ko)0.211%
Indonesian (id)0.211%
Dutch (nl)0.211%

Popular Sites Using Jekyll

We detected the following sites were using Jekyll







How We Detect Installations of Jekyll


A CMS will sometimes include a meta tag within the html of each page. This is usually a "generator" tag like <meta name="generator" content="What CMS" /> but could also be "application-name", "Powered-By" or anyting else the CMS creators decide to use.

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