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Creating Blogs with Jekyll by Vikram Dhillon

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Appendix

The projects in this book are powered by Jekyll and hosted on GitHub. Our projects rely on a root repository that gets compiled by GitHub Pages, but it has a defined web address. In this appendix, we talk about how to get a custom domain name for the projects hosted on GitHub. This will be applied to both root repositories and project pages associated with repositories present within a GitHub account.

Let’s begin this appendix by discussing the two different types of web sites that GitHub Pages can compile and host. The first type of web site is created from source code present in a root repository. This web site is available at the web address username.github.io . The second type of web site is often a single-page template that acts ...

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