I have this gh-pages branch:
But index.html is not showing up?
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I am pretty sure this issue stems from the fact that you're trying to create a GitHub Pages site via an organization repository that does not fit the requirements for one. According to the GitHub Pages documentation:
Head over to GitHub and create a new repository named username.github.io, where username is your username (or organization name) on GitHub.
^ this means you would have to deploy a GitHub Pages site in a repository named superflycss.github.io; you might also have to fully enable the site in the repository's settings once it is created.
I hope this helps! If you want to learn more about GitHub Pages and on creating a new site through it, you can visit their documentation.
I'm using the same process I use for all the other superflycss repositories. For example this one:
The only difference is that I changed the travis command to publish the html files to deploy instead of target/test/html. I'm testing serving of optimized CSS files.
Ahhh, I see. Not sure if that Travis command you used can somehow differ the process used to display a GitHub Pages site. If possible, I recommend trying your old method again and seeing if that fixes the issue and then move on to brainstorming a new method of attempting to achieve what you want right now.
I personally am not sure of the issue occurring myself, so I am just giving you advice on how to test for a problem. Hope it works out good in the end!
But your hunch made me look at the settings and it had this in it:
> Your site is having problems building: The tag import on line 18 in README.md is not a recognized Liquid tag. For more information, see https://help.github.com/en/articles/page-build-failed-unknown-tag-error.
This is what I have for travis now (needed to add `- sed -i '1 i README.md' .gitignore` so that it ignores README.md when pushing to github pages: