Well, if this one success, I may really cry out.
I mean, the previous ones I built were either only with the .github.io working or only have the post function.
Today and yesterday I've commited more than a hundred times and re-created the github page for idk-how-many-times.
All I want at the beginning was, just a place created by my own to post some articles I like; however, those attempts just didn't work :(
yeah, may be I am too dumb to deal with github, but I still got here : ) with some newly learnt HTML and git knowledge!
Qui audet adipiscitur
update: It's worked! Gosh! Credit to Hank Quinlan. Thank you so much! Many thanks to other guiders for creating your tutorials on the topics of `github pages` as well. Although I didn't create the site successfully with your tutorials, I also learnt a lot! That's another kind of success, isn't it?
An update after 427 days! (Feb 18th, 2018):
Today I was going to deprecate some old github repositories, I found following:
((( ﾟдﾟ))) What? "Your site is published at..." WHAT???
I mean, I didn't touch that repo for more than a year! How it is being online? WHATTT? I bought current domain name on August, 2017, which is 8 months later after that repo. How is it possible it is being auto online?? The `gh-pages`?
Now vs. PastAnyway, this is amazing! Just like finding an Easter egg! It's still working! Click Me!