Publish and share your own website for free with GitHub

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GitHub is not only a great place to store and share your code with others but they also offer free web hosting of your HTML, CSS, and JavaScript projects!

In this article I’ll show you how to get setup in order to publish and share your own static HTML

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Accessibility Specialist at Shopify • Speaker, writer, workshop instructor • W3C ARIA WG • IAAP CPWA • ScottVinkle.me

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Accessibility Specialist at Shopify • Speaker, writer, workshop instructor • W3C ARIA WG • IAAP CPWA • ScottVinkle.me

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