Question - How do I deploy Jekyll to GitHub?

Answered by: Marilyn Ramirez  |  Category: General  |  Last Updated: 07-09-2021  |  Views: 589  |  Total Questions: 13

Add the github pages gem In terminal, browse to your Jekyll project directory. Type bundle init. Type open gemfile. Run bundle install. Add the new jekyll files to git: git add --all. Commit the files: git commit -m "committing my jekyll theme". Push the files up to your github repo: git push. Publish Your Website Using GitHub Pages STEP 1: Create Repository. Of course, the first step is to create the repository for the website you wish to publish. STEP 2: Push Your Code. The html file with name index. STEP 3: Go To Settings. Click on the settings tab. STEP 4: Publish GitHub Page. STEP 5: Go To Website. Find the best place to host your Jekyll site, or make your static website editable with these great content management services. CloudCannon. The Cloud CMS for Jekyll. Forestry. A static CMS that commits. GitHub Pages. Host your website for free! Netlify. All-in-one platform. Siteleaf. Statictastic. Jekyll. Jekyll is a simple, blog-aware, static site generator perfect for personal, project, or organization sites. Jekyll is the engine behind GitHub Pages, which you can use to host sites right from your GitHub repositories. Jekyll is a framework or a tool, not a language. No, it is not necessary to use Jekyll with GitHub Pages. There are plenty of GitHub Pages sites that use similar static site generators such as Hugo. There are also plenty of GitHub Pages sites that just use Markdown and declare a template in their repo settings.

https://www.taniarascia.com/make-a-static-website-with-jekyll/

Jekyll is a static site generator that runs on the Ruby programming language. While Jekyll is advertised as a blogging platform, it can be used for static websites as well, much like WordPress. Jekyll harnesses the power of markdown, which makes writing HTML much easier and more efficient.

http://jekyllbootstrap.com/lessons/jekyll-introduction.html

Jekyll is a parsing engine bundled as a ruby gem used to build static websites from dynamic components such as templates, partials, liquid code, markdown, etc. Jekyll is known as "a simple, blog aware, static site generator".

https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/Jekyll%20and%20Hyde

Definition of Jekyll and Hyde. : one having a two-sided personality one side of which is good and the other evil.

https://www.toptal.com/github/unlimited-scale-web-hosting-github-pages-cloudflare

GitHub Pages. GitHub Pages is GitHub's answer to project pages, and it allows you to serve any static website straight from your repository. Since GitHub pages support custom domains, you can host a static website on GitHub pages free of charge, with deploys straight from Git.

https://techterms.com/definition/staticwebsite

Static Website. A static website contains Web pages with fixed content. Unlike dynamic websites, they do not require any Web programming or database design. A static site can be built by simply creating a few HTML pages and publishing them to a Web server.

https://help.github.com/en/github/working-with-github-pages/about-github-pages

GitHub Pages is a static site hosting service that takes HTML, CSS, and JavaScript files straight from a repository on GitHub, optionally runs the files through a build process, and publishes a website. You can see examples of GitHub Pages sites in the GitHub Pages examples collection.

https://www.sitepoint.com/7-reasons-not-use-static-site-generator/

A static site generator (SSG) is a compromise between using a hand-coded static site and a full CMS. You generate an HTML-only website using raw data (such as Markdown files) and templates. The resulting build is transferred to your live server.

https://dont-be-afraid-to-commit.readthedocs.io/en/latest/git/commandlinegit.html

Git on the commandline install and configure Git locally. create your own local clone of a repository. create a new Git branch. edit a file and stage your changes. commit your changes. push your changes to GitHub. make a pull request. merge upstream changes into your fork.

https://www.freecodecamp.org/news/hosting-custom-domain-on-github-pages-8c598248d2bc/

Let's do this! Step 1: Create your website. If you already have a website, than you can move on to step 2. Step 2: Add your site to Git Version Control. Great you made it to step 2. Step 3: Push your site to Github. Step 4: Assign your custom domain to your new GitHub pages website.

https://stackoverflow.com/questions/24851824/how-long-does-it-take-for-github-page-to-show-changes-a

2 Answers. The first time you generate your site it will take about 10 minutes for it to show up. Subsequent builds take only seconds from the time you push the changes to your GitHub repository. However, depending on how your have your domain configured, there may be extra time for the CDN cache to break.

https://www.quora.com/How-do-I-upload-more-than-100-files-on-GitHub

When you try to upload more than 100 files by using Drap and Drop option, Github displays the message ' Yowza, that's a lot of files. Try again with fewer than 100 files '. Also the size of the upload has to be less than 25MB. If you want to upload files upto 100MB then you can use command line interface of Github.

https://yangsu.github.io/pull-request-tutorial/

Creating a Pull Request Go to the repository page on github. And click on "Pull Request" button in the repo header. Pick the branch you wish to have merged using the "Head branch" dropdown. You should leave the rest of the fields as is, unless you are working from a remote branch.

https://confluence.atlassian.com/bitbucket/clone-a-repository-223217891.html

Cloning a Git repository From the repository, click + in the global sidebar and select Clone this repository under Get to work. Copy the clone command (either the SSH format or the HTTPS). From a terminal window, change to the local directory where you want to clone your repository.