Is it possible to build my github pages into a specifically named directory rather than root?
Currently, my project is deployed to the wwwroot of . so that it can be accessed at https://blahblahblah.pages.github.io/ but I would like it to deploy at https://blahblahblah.pages.github.io/foo/ so that all of the existing paths and references work when it is run locally or deployed to other locations as well.
The only workaround I can think of is to set up an action to manually run jekyll and deploy the generated _site folder into the gh-pages branch in a folder called
foo but that really seems inefficient and will result in a really large repo given all the various html files and whatnot.
Github Pages Action will do this, but requires running a third party action and I would like to keep my project as simple as possible given that github is already running jekyll and generating all the content.