GitHub page (jekyll) looks very different from local from the very beginning

I’ve just followed tutorial on https://help.github.com/en/github/working-with-github-pages/creating-a-github-pages-site-with-jekyll

with only difference that

jekyll_VERSION_new .

I run as only 

jekyll new .

beacuse “jekyll 3.8.5 new .” returned error “fatal: ‘jekyll 3.8.5’ could not be found. You may need to install the jekyll-3.8.5 gem or a related gem to be able to use this subcommand.”

No customization, just default page.

Running locally “bundle exec jekyll serve” diplayed page ok.

As a next step, I pushed all this to new public repository, master. 

The repository’s setting page indicated that the page was published only after I

  1. selected page source from “master”
  2. selected jekyll’s theme.

The result: Displayed page’s style’s are broken.

I suspect that the problem is in:

  • conflicting jekyll’s version. Or
  • theme conflict. But is was published only after I selected theme in setting page.

What’s wrong? How to thrace it?

Hi @leonidpur,

Thanks for being here and our apologies for the delayed response. Are you still having this issue? and if yes, would you be so kind to share a link to your repo for us to take a look?

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