Launch Your Websites with Github Pages

Paris Yee, Full Stack Web Developer

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10 Videos (24m)
    • Introduction

    • Course overview

    • Initial setup

    • Version control explained

    • Creating and cloning a GitHub repository

    • Committing local changes and pushing to GitHub

    • Enabling GitHub Pages for your repository

    • Making changes after you've deployed

    • Gochyas

    • Conclusion


About This Class

Need a simple way to launch your websites? During this class, students will learn how to utilize GitHub and GitHub Pages to deploy simple front-end web projects. This class has been designed for those who have been building websites with HTML, CSS, and Javascript locally (on their own computers) and are looking for a quick and easy way to release their work “into the wild”.

To master these skill, we will learn by doing; students will create their own git repositories and publish them to their own GitHub accounts so they are publicly accessible. At the end of this class, students will have everything they need to deploy and update as many websites as they’d like!

Links we will use in the course:

 Download the starter code in the Your Project tab.

13 of 13 students recommendSee All

Very concise and easy to understand. The language of the instructor is clear and well paced. Got a good understanding of Github Desktop and how to publish a static web site. Thanks!
Thank you so much Paris for taking the time to share your skills in such a user-friendly manner. I watched it twice and followed along with the files supplied, which was great because it allowed you to gain an understand of the structure without worrying about content. I have used this course to create my GitHub page, so I can collect my programming progress whilst I learn JS and other languages and begin to create interactive web-based user experiences.
Good tutorial for me to ge strated wit Git





Paris Yee

Full Stack Web Developer

Hello! I'm Paris. I'm a full stack web developer based in New York City. I spent the first few years of my career working for a number of early and late stage startups. During this time I discovered that one of my favorite parts of my various job was mentoring junior developers and teaching them about programming and new technologies.

In 2016 I decided to change things up a bit. I got my teaching license in the state of New York and began working as a lead instructor at a renowned web ...

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