1.Introduction2 lessons, 05:35
2.Working With GitHub Pages7 lessons, 43:35
3.Conclusion1 lesson, 01:18
So there you have it. Now you know the basics of getting up and running, creating simple GitHub Pages websites for your repos. And for you personally with either just a little bit of code, a little bit of markdown, or just reusing some prebuilt themes using Jekyll. Now before I let you go, I'm gonna share a couple of resources with you that are gonna be very beneficial for you going forward if you choose to continue to use GitHub pages. Now obviously, one of the best sources of information is going to be GitHub. So if you head over to pages.github.com, you're gonna get a lot of really good information about what GitHub pages are, a little bit of a video. As well as how to get started creating them for yourself and for your projects. You can also use the Pages Help link, up on the right hand side to get more help with GitHub pages with a lot of different articles categorized to make things easier to find based on what it is you're looking to do. You can also head over to tutsplus.com and search for GitHub pages and you'll find a number of different how to tutorials on doing different things with Jekyll and creating static sites with GitHub. So once again, my name is Derek Jensen. I hope you have enjoyed this journey into the world of GitHub Pages. And as usual, I can't wait to see you next time.