How to Host a Webpage on GitHub Pages
Creating a GitHub Page is super simple and easy. There's two different ways of creating GitHub Pages. Making a repository that matches your GitHub user name will create a main page. From then on you'll edit like you do with any other web page. Note: You can setup a GitHub page for any git repositories. How about we get started!
Creating a Main GitHub Page
- Create a new repo.
- Make a repository that matches your GitHub username "gitusername.github.io" then click "Create repository".
- After your repository is created click on the, "Repository Settings" and then, "Automatic Page Generator".
- Edit this generated page, as this will show as your homepage. You can also add a Google Analytics ID, but click "Continue To Layouts".
- Select the theme that fits your mood and click "Publish".
Congratulations, you finished the beginning! She'll be hosted under your username
Make a GitHub Page for your Current Repository
- Select your repo that you want a page for.
- Upload your HTML and CSS files.
- Click the drop down menu, "Branch: master" and type "gh-pages" to create.
The site should be hosted under your GitHub username
http://___.github.io/repo on a slow day give it 10 minutes for propagation. If you get stuck, or run into id10t errors, please read the GitHub Documentation. Good Luck and Happy Coding!