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GitHub Pages just got easier

Today we’re rolling out a reimagined pages.github.com, focused on helping you quickly and easily publish your first GitHub Pages site.

Screen shot of pages.github.com

Many sites you visit on a daily basis, from Bootstrap to developer.github.com, are hosted on GitHub Pages. The service lets you host your own static HTML5, CSS, and JavaScript sites via GitHub.

Now, pages.github.com will walk you through the steps of publishing your first site in minutes, whether it’s via Git for command line, GitHub for Windows, or GitHub for Mac.

Example step on pages.github.com

For GitHub Pages veterans, we’ve also taken the opportunity to surface some great GitHub Pages resources to learn how to take advantage of the Jekyll templating engine, for example, or how to set up a custom domain.

Happy publishing!

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