Do It Yourself – Tutorials – How to create a website on Github Pages – Tutorial 1.1 (updated)

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Do It Yourself – Tutorials – How to create a website on Github Pages – Tutorial 1.1 (updated)

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Do It Yourself – Website Tutorials



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[No CLI used] This tutorial is for beginners who may or may not have heard of Github before. I’m going to create a simple website on Github using Github pages and host it using Github pages.

In this video, I will be creating a simple website on GitHub Pages. I’m providing the code here for lazy coders like myself.

Source code: https://raw.githubusercontent.com/Redgadget/test/master/index.html

I will be hosting the exact code (website) on Github Pages. If you want to host a complete website which has many files and folders please use ‘Github Desktop Application’ to push them.

After hosting this website, you can refer to the videos below to see how to use a custom domain name or URL for your Github hosted website.

Adding a domain name to a website hosted on Github: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hUChaN-VRIc
Adding a subdomain to a website hosted on Github: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-pJq3XZQbt0

*No CLI or Terminal
*Only HTML coding

Domain used: http://redgadget.github.io/test/

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Note: These videos are more focused on web designers and developers.

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