Eleventy

Open source

A simpler static site generator.

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+ 42

46 individuals have contributed

Recurring contribution

Backer

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Starts at

$5 USD / month

+ 30

34 individuals have contributed

Recurring contribution

Bronze Sponsor

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$100 USD / month

1 individual has contributed

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Silver Sponsor

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$250 USD / month

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Exclusive Gold Sponsor

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$500 USD / month

Top financial contributors

1

Rob Dodson

$700 USD since Apr 2019

2

Viljami Salminen

$260 USD since Sep 2019

3

Andy Bell

$140 USD since Apr 2019

4

Ben Brignell

$70 USD since Apr 2019

5

Heydon Pickering

$70 USD since Apr 2019

6

Daniel Rafaj

$66 USD since May 2019

7

Bridget Stewart

$50 USD since Apr 2019

8

Jérôme Coupé

$50 USD since May 2019

9

Nick Colley

$35 USD since Apr 2019

10

Nicolas Hoizey

$35 USD since Apr 2019

11

Max Böck

$35 USD since Apr 2019

12

Phil Hawksworth

$35 USD since Apr 2019

13

Manuel Matuzovic

$35 USD since Apr 2019

14

Dave Rupert

$35 USD since Apr 2019

15

Eric Bailey

$35 USD since Apr 2019

16

Todd Libby

$33 USD since Aug 2019

17

Keenan Payne

$30 USD since May 2019

18

Ray Villalobos

$30 USD since Jun 2019

19

William Riley

$30 USD since Aug 2019

20

Quentin Delcourt

$30 USD since Aug 2019

Budget

See how money openly circulates through Eleventy. All contributions and all expenses are published in our transparent public ledger. Learn who is donating, how much, where is that money going, submit expenses, get reimbursed and more!

Monthly donation to Eleventy

Kayce Basques | 10/12/2019 | View Details 
+$10.00USD

Monthly donation to Eleventy (Backer)

Chris Collins | 10/7/2019 | View Details 
+$5.00USD

Refund of "Donation to Eleventy"

Viljami Salminen | 10/2/2019 | View Details 
-$200.00USD

Today’s balance

$1,005.24 USD

Estimated annual budget

~ $4,066.69 USD

Eleventy is all of us

Our contributors 47

Everyone who has supported Eleventy. Individuals and organizations that believe in –and take ownership of– our purpose.

Zach Leatherman
Collective Admin
Rob Dodson
Financial Contributor

Total contributions

$700 USD

Viljami Salminen
Financial Contributor

Total contributions

$260 USD

Andy Bell
Financial Contributor

Total contributions

$140 USD

Ben Brignell
Financial Contributor

Total contributions

$70 USD

Heydon Pickering
Financial Contributor

Total contributions

$70 USD

Daniel Rafaj
Financial Contributor

Total contributions

$66 USD

Bridget Stewart
Financial Contributor

Total contributions

$50 USD

Jérôme Coupé
Financial Contributor

Total contributions

$50 USD

Nick Colley
Financial Contributor

Total contributions

$35 USD

Nicolas Hoizey
Financial Contributor

Total contributions

$35 USD

Max Böck
Financial Contributor

Total contributions

$35 USD

About

Help support Eleventy, a simpler static site generator. Written in JavaScript. Transforms a directory of templates (of varying types) into HTML.

Project goals:

  1. Eleventy is fast.
  2. Eleventy uses independent template engines. We don’t want to hold your content hostage. If you decide to use something else later, having your content decoupled in this way will make migration easier.
  3. Eleventy works with multiple template languages. You can pick one or use them all together in a single project. Works with HTML, Markdown, Liquid, Nunjucks, Handlebars, Mustache, EJS, Haml, Pug, and JavaScript Template Literals.
  4. Eleventy is not a typical JavaScript framework—that means zero boilerplate client-side JavaScript.
  5. Eleventy works with your project’s existing directory structure.
  6. Eleventy is incremental. You don’t need to start an Eleventy project from scratch. Eleventy is flexible enough to allow conversion of only a few templates at a time. Migrate as fast or as slow as you’d like.
  7. Eleventy works great with data—use both front matter and data files to inject content into templates. You can fetch data at build time.