Step 6: View Website
In your web browser, go to your website’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 🎉
Now, check out the guides to customizing your site 🪄
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We’ll get straight to the point: Today we ask you to defend Hugo Blox Builder’s open source independence 🐧
We’re an open source movement that depends on your support to stay online and thriving, but 99.9% of our creators don’t give; they simply look the other way. If everyone who publishes a site with Hugo Blox Builder supported just a little, we could keep Hugo Blox Builder thriving for years to come. Becoming a sponsor on GitHub for the price of a cup of coffee is all we ask ☕️
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