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github pages websites for you and your projects hosted directly from your github repository just edit push and your changes are live websites for you and your projects hosted directly from your github repository just edit push and your changes are live pages help what is github pages ready to get started build your own site from scratch or generate one for your project you get one site per github account and organization and unlimited project sites let s get started user or organization site project site create a repository head over to github and create a new public repository named username github io where username is your username or organization name on github if the first part of the repository doesn t exactly match your username it won t work so make sure to get it right what git client are you using a terminal github desktop i don t know download github desktop github desktop is a great way to use git and github on macos and windows download github desktop clone the repository go to the folder where you want to store your project and clone the new repository git clone https github com username username github io clone the repository click the set up in desktop button when the github desktop app opens save the project if the app doesn t open launch it and clone the repository from the app clone the repository after finishing the installation head back to github com and refresh the page click the set up in desktop button when the github desktop app opens save the project if the app doesn t open launch it and clone the repository from the app hello world enter the project folder and add an index html file cd username github io echo hello world index html create an index file grab your favorite text editor and add an index html file to your project index html doctype html html body h1 hello world h1 p i m hosted with github pages p body html push it add commit and push your changes git add all git commit m initial commit git push u origin main commit publish enter the repository commit your changes and press the publish button and you re done fire up a browser and go to https username github io use a theme or start from scratch you have the option to start with one of the pre built themes or to create a site from scratch choose a theme start from scratch repository settings head over to github com and create a new repository or go to an existing one click on the settings tab theme chooser scroll down to the github pages section press choose a theme pick a theme choose one of the themes from the carousel at the top when you re done click select theme on the right edit content use the editor to add content to your site commit enter a commit comment and click on commit changes below the editor create an index file head over to github com and create a new repository or go to an existing one click on the create new file button hello world name the file index html and type some html content into the editor commit the file scroll to the bottom of the page write a commit message and commit the new file repository settings click on the settings tab and scroll down to the github pages section then select the main branch source and click on the save button and you re done fire up a browser and go to http username github io repository now that you re up and running here are a few things you should know blogging with jekyll using jekyll you can blog using beautiful markdown syntax and without having to deal with any databases learn how to set up jekyll custom urls want to use your own custom domain for a github pages site just create a file named cname and include your url read more guides learn how to create custom 404 pages use submodules and learn more about github pages status api training shop blog about 2021 github inc terms privacy security contact