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Step 6: View Website

In your web browser, go to your websiteโ€™s GitHub repository.

Tell GitHub that you want to use GitHub Pages to host your website by clicking Settings > Pages > Source and then choosing GitHub Actions.

Now head to Actions > Deploy Website > Run workflow and click the Run workflow button to publish the site with GitHub Pages hosting:

GitHub will now build your website - this can take a minute or two.

Once GitHub has built the website, a green tick should appear on the Actions page.

Open your website by clicking the URL underneath deploy:

Congratulations on publishing your new website and supporting the open source movement ๐ŸŽ‰

Now, check out the guides to customizing your site ๐Ÿช„

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