Can someone provide a step-by-step commands of what that means? Currently I have one project in which I have the docs in the /docs folder, and when I generate the pages with “make.jl” the page goes into the “/docs/build” directory, as expected. This directory is, however, excluded from commits in the “.gitignore” file.
I have created the gh-branch, but for now the project home-page points to the README.md file.
The step-by-step provided by @SubhadityaMukherjee would be a very nice addition to the docs of Documenter.
Documenter is a really great package, but I find the default docs, while very comprehensive, quite difficult to follow, there is a lot of terminology there which one needs to understand before following the them. I ended up understanding how to use it by copying some examples. Then, when trying to deploy the docs, I installed the Travis “thing” without understanding what it is for, and finally gave up on hosting the page on github, ending hosting it in a private server. I am sure that at the end deploying the docs reduces to copying a couple of files to “.github/workflows”, or something like that, but I got lost in the path.