How to create Jekyll blog using Github Pages – Tutorial 4
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[No CLI used] In this video, I’m making a gorgeous Jekyll blog on Github Pages. In the previous videos, I have shown
1. How to how to make a website using Github Pages.
2. How to host them on Github Pages using gh-pages branch.
3. How to add a custom domain or URL to the website hosted on Github.
4. How to add a subdomain to a website hosted on Github Pages.
Here is the playlist:
This is the 4th video showing how you can blog on Github Pages. This is honestly simple when compared to all other things I showed in my previous videos.
Blog I will be making:
Websites I referred to in the video-
Repository I copied the jykyll theme files from:
Thanks to: for making Emerald theme.
1. If you are not able to make the blog or your blog is missing CSS files(which is pretty common), you may have to change the baseurl in _config.yml file properly.
2. If there is a CNAME file already present when you forked a repository, please delete the file or the contents inside it. Otherwise, it may redirect you to a different website.
3. Every time you make a change in the forked repository, please wait until the change shows up in the website. Jekyll takes a moment to generate static pages.
4. If there is any error in building page, Github sends a mail to the email you have used while signing up. Read it to see what went incorrect.
If nothing works, comment here. I will try to fix it for you.
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* No CLI or Terminal
* Only HTML coding
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Note: These videos are more focused on web designers and developers.
Disclaimer: English is not my mother tongue.