Creating a Jekyll blog on GitHub is simple. First, create a new repository on GitHub and set up the appropriate settings.
Then, clone the repository and install the Jekyll dependencies. Finally, create a new blog post and publish it to your repository.
To create a new repository on GitHub, visit https://github.com/ and sign in with your account credentials. Click the “New Repository” button on the right side of the screen and fill out the required information. In the “Name” field, enter a name for your blog post repository, such as “MyFirstJekyllBlog”.
In the “Description” field, provide a brief overview of your project. Click the “Create Repository” button to finish setting up your new blog post repository.
Now that your new blog post repository has been created, you need to clone it into your local machine. To clone a repository, open Terminal (Mac) or Command Prompt (Windows) and enter the following command:
git clone https://github.com/[username]/[repo-name]
For example, if yourusername is bobsmith and repo-name is myfirstjekyllblog, you would type:
git clone https://github.com/bobsmith/myfirstjekyllblog.