The easiest way to get Github Pages working with an Alias, AName, A record

July 16, 2014

I was speaking to a buddy of mine the other day about setting up Github pages to work with a custom domain. There are some good docs from Github on getting this done. However, he struggled and I struggled to get this done before so I am giving you the to the point guide.

So this isn’t post is not on getting Jekyll working or on GitHub pages itself this is a to the point guide on getting your custom domain pointing to your * site.


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My name is Deon Heyns and I am a developer learning things and documenting them in realtime. Python, Ruby, Scala, .NET, and Groovy are all languages I have written code in. I appeared in the New York Post once. I host my code up at GitHub and Bitbucket so have a look at my code, fork it and send those pull requests.

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