I finally got around on creating pages on GitHub. I never got around on installing Jekyll because my Ubuntu server used ruby 1.x and i did not want to upgrade. But earlier this week and had no luck on using all the php, node and other static site generators i just forced myself to install the latest ruby version using rvm.
So i installed Jekyll and started playing around and setup a site with “jekyll serve” and liked it. I started looking for how to setup a static site using Jekyll and setting it up for the GitHub pages. I found out it is just stupid simple. Just push your Jekyll project to gh-pages. That’s it. GitHub fixed the pages automatically.
It`s just stupid simple
It just serves the rest and when published it shows.