I have recently created my own Github page at: brettdavis4.github.io. It’s actually a pretty easy process to do if you have a Github account. The first thing you need to do is visit the Github Pages site: https://pages.github.com/ and follow the steps to create a Github pages account. I decided not to use Jekyll on my site. I just wanted a basic page to list out my projects. I’m using an AJAX call on that site to retrieve blogs from this site and to put it on that site.
After I created my page, I’m able to link to published versions of projects in my Github Repository. To create a published version of a repository, I just need to select the repository and create a “gh-pages” branch.
Overall, it’s a pretty simple straight forward process and I’d highly recommend other developers should do this.
In the future, when I’m writing about code samples, I’ll post a link to the project to show a working demo.