Important: As the owner of the repository you keep complete control over your published content. That also means, all rights and duties that come along with publishing a GitHub Page remain the subject of you.
Have a look at our Terms of Service for more details.
Just follow these four steps to get your own free JS.ORG subdomain for your GitHub Page. We don't mind whether it's a User-, Organisation- or Project-Page (...as long as you provide some reasonable content!)
2Now determine your js.org subdomain: either choose your username or the name of your repo according to the existing GitHub Pages URL (for http://foo.github.io/bar, either "foo.js.org" or "bar.js.org" would be possible). More details in the wiki.
3Add a file named "CNAME" to your repo (in the "gh-pages" branch for project pages) with a single line matching the domain you have chosen (e.g. "foo.js.org" without quotes). If you face problems, check out the section Custom URLs at GitHub Pages Help.
4To finish the procedure, make a pull request in our GitHub repository that adds your subdomain to the list of exisiting JS.ORG domains. Your new URL should go live within 24 hours (keep an eye on your pull request in case of a naming conflict).
We truly appreciate your support by spreading some code!
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