Commit 8c02655a authored by Bernd Taschler's avatar Bernd Taschler
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> **Note**
>
> This guide describes how to publish your repo with **GitHub** Pages. If you are planning to publish a GitLab project, see the [GitLab Pages Guide](4-4-create-gitlab-pages-site.md) instead!
> This guide describes how to publish your repo with **GitHub** Pages. If you are planning to publish a GitLab project, see the [GitLab Pages Guide](../4-4-create-gitlab-pages-site.md) instead!
## 1. Turn your repo into a GitHub Pages site!
Now the magic! Turn the simple collection of files made in [the previous tutorial](4-1-you-make-your-repo.md) into something which looks like a user friendly (and not GitHub scary!) website!
Now the magic! Turn the simple collection of files made in [the previous tutorial](../4-1-you-make-your-repo.md) into something which looks like a user friendly (and not GitHub scary!) website!
Go into your site settings and scroll down to the "GitHub Pages section". Change the "Source" into your "master" branch and click "save".
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In the below I've edited my repo in atom. I've added a few pages, and the front matter (text at the top) to define the order I want pages to appear in, and whether they should have sub-pages ("children").
Once you've made a few changes, simply [add, commit and push](2-4-git-basics.md) them to your repo!
Once you've made a few changes, simply [add, commit and push](../2-4-git-basics.md) them to your repo!
![gif-add-pages](../../../img/gifs/add-pages.gif)
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......@@ -18,12 +18,12 @@ Use the magic of Jekyll to transform markdown pages into a website
> **Note**
>
> This guide describes how to publish your project with **GitLab** Pages. If you are planning to publish a GitHub repo, see the [GitHub Pages Guide](4-3-you-make-your-pages-site.md) instead!
> This guide describes how to publish your project with **GitLab** Pages. If you are planning to publish a GitHub repo, see the [GitHub Pages Guide](../4-3-you-make-your-pages-site.md) instead!
## 1. Turn your repo into a GitLab Pages site!
Now the magic! Turn the simple collection of files made in [the previous tutorial](4-1-you-make-your-repo.md) into something which looks like a user friendly website!
Now the magic! Turn the simple collection of files made in [the previous tutorial](../4-1-you-make-your-repo.md) into something which looks like a user friendly website!
**Start from a WIN template**
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