How to Deploy Your Personal Website Using GitHub Pages

How to Deploy Your Personal Website Using GitHub Pages

In this comprehensive tutorial, you'll learn how to deploy your personal website using GitHub Pages. Whether you're a beginner or an experienced developer, this step-by-step guide will walk you through the entire process.

Published May 23, 2024
  1. Create a New GitHub Account:
    • If you don't already have a GitHub account, visit github.com and sign up for a new account. It's quick and easy!
  2. Add a New Repository:
    • After creating your account, log in and click on the “New” button to create a new repository.
    • Give your repository a name, ensure it's public, and then click “Create repository.”
  3. Upload Your HTML Page to the Repository:
    • Once the repository is created, you'll be taken to its main page. Click the “Add file” button, then “Upload files.”
    • Select your HTML file (e.g., index.html) from your computer and upload it. Ensure the file is named index.html as it will be the default page for your site.
    • Commit the changes to the repository.
  4. Deploy Your Website:
    • Go to the “Settings” tab of your repository.
    • Scroll down to the “GitHub Pages” section.
    • Under “Source,” select the branch that contains your HTML file (usually main or master), then click “Save.”
    • After a few moments, you'll receive a message with the URL where your site is published (e.g., https://yourusername.github.io/your-repository-name).
By following these detailed steps, you'll successfully deploy your personal website using GitHub Pages. Start sharing your projects and ideas with the world today!
Follow along with the step-by-step instructions to get your website live in no time.
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