OK, first of all, I don’t know exactly in which category to post. So I am sorry for that. But I am posting it in JS section because I know JS developers do use Github and they will help me.
Now is it possible to upload a static HTML website with folders and sub folders like we do in case of normal web hosting?
- My main Website
- CSS folder - style1.css, style2.css …
- Images folder - image1.jpg, image2.jpg …
- JS folder - file1.js, file2.js …
- Project 1 Folder and inside it…files and sub folders.
- Project 2 Folder and inside it…files and sub folders.
I use Win 7
I have moved this to the Community forums as that is certainly a more appropriate place than JS.
You can upload a website to GitHub using the same directory structure as on you have on your local PC. You might find the GitHub application download of use, but it’s not necessary.
The first place, always, for help related to GitHub is the GitHub Help Pages. There is a wealth of information there.
Except for this part:
Project 1 Folder and inside it…files and sub folders.
Project 2 Folder and inside it…files and sub folders.
Project 1 and Project 2 should be entirely separate Repos with a
gh-pages branch, which will show up as
Did you get it posted? Let me know if you have any trouble and I’ll see if I can help.
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