When you create a new repository on GitHub, you’re given the option to publish your repository as a public web page. This is a great way to share your code with the world and make it available for others to download, fork, and contribute to.
To publish your repository as a public web page, follow these steps:
1. In your GitHub account, go to the repository you want to publish and click on the “Settings” button in the top-right corner of the page.
2. In the “Settings” dialog box that opens, click on the “Pages” tab and then click on the “Create new page” button.
3. Give your page a name and a description (optional), and then fill in the following fields:
GitHub Pages content type: This is the type of content your page will be – either a blog post or a code sample.
This is the type of content your page will be – either a blog post or a code sample. Site URL: The URL of your public web page.
You can use this URL to share your content with others.
The URL of your public web page. You can use this URL to share your content with others.
Page title: The title of your public web page. This will be used in search engines when people are looking for information about your repository or page.
4. Click on the “Create” button to create your new public web page and return to the GitHub Pages home screen. Congratulations! Your repository has now been published as a public web page!.