Maybe I missed something, but is there no visual indicator which Repos I have put on my GitHub Pages apart from the little rocket icon in the Repo itself? I recognized that, no question… github-pages (Active)
But when I go into my Repositories overview, I can see if they are (Public) or (Private). Wouldn’t it be nice, if there was a little symbol or icon that this or that Repo is also published / hosted on GitHub Pages? Do I really have to look into each Repo to check that, if I forgot it?
Maybe there IS a list of all published Repos, but I didn’t find it so far…
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Hey @liligalante - thank you for the reply!
Alright, I will put my thoughts in that community discussion
[Edit] Here we go…
feature requests are great but we might be waiting for too long,
I encountered this problem too when your repos are more than, say, 50 particularly if you are maintaining, say, tutorial pages
but a quick fix for me is to simply create another repo and keep a table of contents for those hosted on GitHub Pages ( including the link ), that way, it’s an overview too and you will know what repos are hosted on GitHub Pages
and from time to time you are creating or updating a new repo, either hosting it on GitHub Pages or disabling it, simply just update the TOC