Setting up a GitHub blog is easy. First, create an account on GitHub.
Once you have created an account, go to your profile page and click on the “Blogs” tab.
On the Blogs page, you will see a list of all the blogs that you have created. Click on the “New Blog” button to create a new blog.
On the “New Blog” page, you will need to provide a name for your blog, as well as a description of your blog. You can also choose a theme for your blog.
Next, you will need to set up your settings. You will need to provide a URL for your blog.
You can also choose a username for your blog. Finally, you will need to provide an email address for notifications about new posts on your blog.
Now that you have set up your settings, you can begin creating posts. To create a post, click on the “Post New Article” button on the left-hand side of the screen.
On the “Post New Article” page, you will be prompted to provide a title for your post, as well as a body for your post. You can also add images to your post by clicking on the “Add Image” button.
Finally, you will be able to add tags to your post by clicking on the “Add Tag” button.
Once you have completed creating your post, click on the “Publish Post” button to publish it on your blog.