Recently I migrated this website over to WordPress. This post details the tribulations I faced while doing so. Here are the different sections; feel free to skip around however you like:. I liked this old setup because it was simple and free.
WordPress is Great, But what about Static Sites
Have MAMP installed? Place it in your [html]. Log in to Github and create a repository for your new theme. If you have an alternative or existing theme you want to use, feel free to copy those over instead of one of the default theme s.
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GitHub Pages & jekyll
Join Stack Overflow to learn, share knowledge, and build your career. Connect and share knowledge within a single location that is structured and easy to search. Can I do it, and if yes please give me a detailed answer with the steps and problems involved? You can't. You would use WordPress if you want a dynamic page - that's the whole point of using it. You could ofc grab the html generated by WordPress and push that to your Github, but that would be a lot of manual work I think. You could try a static page generator, i. If you absolutely can't switch from wordpress, but absolutely need to host on github pages, then your only option is probably to look into some wordpress plugin that will take your entire site and spit out a static website sort of like jekyll, but for wordpress specifically. I just tested it out on a brand new WP installation and it seems to work alright, but a few things seem not to work.
It took me some time to move all the posts, but it has been done. Goodby WordPress and hello Github pages! Other the last 10 years Logit Blog has been hosted on a small hosting provider in the Netherlands running WordPress.