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:
On this next page give it a name and click CREATE:
On the created page find and click SETTINGS:
On the settings page find and click AUTOMATIC PAGE GENERATOR:
On the auto page click CONTINUE TO LAYOUTS:
On the generated page click PUBLISH (you will be able to make all the changes you need later in your IDE)
Then choose a folder to save the repo to and click CLONE:
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.
To upload to github. Go to CHANGES tab of the repo in GITHUB FOR MAC/WINDOWS and click COMMIT AND SYNC.
Real soon your changes will show at your repo pages url like mine //getsetbro.github.io/newrepo
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