Deploying to GitHub
As a developer (novice or intermediate) we all struggle to address GitHub related issues.
What is GitHub ?
GitHub is a git repository hosting service which provide access control and several collaboration features, such as a wikis and basic task management tools for every project.
Code deployment occurs when developers have written code for site, which need to be placed on web servers. This can include code that fixes bugs, adds new features, or upgrades the underlying platform.
Until a code is deployed, you and anyone with whom you share this link can view your project by navigating in your browser to the be able to use it or benefit from it.
Deployment on GitHub pages
You can set up your GitHub pages to deploy your repositories.
In GitHub navigate to your repository and click Settings.
Within Settings, navigate to GitHub Pages section. Click on the Check it out here! link.
Within GitHub pages, navigate to source and select the master branch and click Save.
Now your repository has been deployed and you can view the link generated.
Congratulations on your first live web page!