I’ve been experimenting with that for a day, and here is what I’ve discovered.
I’ve created a Template Project (https://github.com/sneas/cv-template), which contains a GitHub Action. The action generates an HTML website and pushes it to
As an experiment, I created a new public project from that template (https://github.com/sneas/cv-4). The action had been triggered and a new
gh-pages branch had been created and pushed. Unfortunately, the GH page has not been generated.
No matter what I do (mostly - retrigger the action by pushing new code to master) - the GH Page doesn’t show up.
The only way to make the page show up is to go to the project’s settings, change GH Pages source branch to
master branch, and then change it back to
This behavior is looking counterintuitive to me, that’s why I assume it’s a bug. Is it?