Last Update November 5, 2020: We improved the overall article.
Are you an application developer or plugins developer? Maybe you need for a portfolio application for your website project.
On this day we don’t need to buy any space or custom domain for your project. You can easily host & create your project website in a min with free.
Today’s most of the developers know about GitHub. What is git hub & how to work GitHub? GitHub is an open-source project developing the point. GitHub also provides a space for your project and project website
Before you are able to create a Github page, you need a Github account. You can easily create a new project repro by using the Github application, which is available for both Windows and OS X.
Step 2: Click on the branch button on your repository page and add a new branch named
gh-pages to your repository.
gh-pages branch is used to publish your site. So, do not give any other name to your branch.
Step 3: Use the Github page generator to automatically create webpages Browse to the settings page of your branch and click on the Automatic Page Generator
Step 4: You will be redirected to the webpage editor where you can add content to your webpage. Once you are done, click on the Publish Page button.
You have successfully created your page, your page will we available at seeing simply type URL in your by opening any browser
http://.github.io/ , mine is http://aamsuzon.github.io/theveline
Build webpage on your own
Step 5: Switch to gh-pages branch and add a new file to the branch by clicking the plus sign next to the branch name.
Step 6: Name the file
index.html, add HTML content to web page and click commit new file button to save changes
Step 7: Once you commit the file your webpage will be available at http://usename.github.io/repository ,
For example my one http://aamsuzon.github.io/thedevline
That’s it, Finally, your project website will be created on github.
To Edit your WebPage
By selecting Repository click the branches option after click branches you will see branches page
In your branches click