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Github Pages

Bootstrap integration

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Testing a site locally

  • Install Ruby

  • Run the following commands to install the site:

    gem install bundler
    bundle install
  • Run this command to start the server:

    bundle exec jekyll serve

Deploying a folder using Travis CI

You can deploy any kind of web content to a GitHub Page using the following steps:

  1. Install Ruby!
  2. Create a Travis CI account and link your repo.
  3. Using an account with permissions to write in the repo create a GitHub Access Token
  4. Encrypt your token using locally on your machine the following commands:

     gem install travis
     travis encrypt GH_TOKEN="github-token" --add

    For more info you can check the section Permission to push on this article

  5. Create a .travis.yml file on your repo and customize it:

    • Travis CI - GitHub Pages docs:
    • Example to build using grunt and then deploy to GitHub Pages when a push is made to the master branch: open example

Updating Github Pages gem

Execute the following commands:

bundle update github-pages
bundle install


  • My repo says that I have a vulnerability:
    • Update nokogiri to version >= 1.8.5 CVE-2018-14404
      • FIX: Update github.
  • What is the language that GitHub Pages uses?
    • It uses a template language called Liquid written in Ruby.

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