This is an easy way, without needing to learn too much github stuff right away, to quickly get static stuff up online for others to view. I use it for prototyping, spikes, mockups, anything.

In your github repositories click the NEW button:

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On this next page give it a name and click CREATE:

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On the created page find and click SETTINGS:

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On the settings page find and click AUTOMATIC PAGE GENERATOR:

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On the auto page click CONTINUE TO LAYOUTS:

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On the generated page click PUBLISH (you will be able to make all the changes you need later in your IDE)

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On the next page CLONE IN DESKTOP, first have installed GITHUB FOR MAC //mac.github.com or GITHUB FOR WINDOWS //windows.github.com

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Then choose a folder to save the repo to and click CLONE:

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Then I drag the repo folder into SublimeText and make changes. You can delete and add files and folders. GITHUB FOR MAC will track the changes.

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To upload to github. Go to CHANGES tab of the repo in GITHUB FOR MAC/WINDOWS and click COMMIT AND SYNC.

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Real soon your changes will show at your repo pages url like mine //getsetbro.github.io/newrepo

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