Thanks for looking into this! Actually, with the help of alvinsight I found the problem, which were relative URLs. The 'baseurl' in the _config.yml file was not defined. I have changed it to: baseurl: "Brain_and_Code" and updated all relative paths to images, etc. and everything looks fine now.
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Hello GitHub community, I'm having trouble publishing a site using GitHub pages and none of the forum articles seemed to provide a solution, so far. I'm a beginner, so my apologies, if this is a duplicate. The source for my page is the gh-pages branch of my repository: https://github.com/NicoleEic/Brain_and_Code/tree/gh-pages I have changed the settings to use the gh-pages branch to build the site (-> Your site is published at https://nicoleeic.github.io/Brain_and_Code/) However, when I navigate to the URL shown above, I can only access the 'home' site, which looks like something was wrong with the layout. Also, the link to the individual posts gives me a 404 error. I suspect that the problem has something to do with the theme and layout. I'm using the 'minima' theme, so I have the following line in my Gemfile: gem "minima" and in my _config.yml file: theme: minima I don't have a _layouts subfolder, because I understood that this is not needed, when I use the default themes. The local build of the page on my computer works fine: Brain_and_Code(gh-pages)
==>$ git pull
Already up to date.
==>$ bundle exec jekyll serve
Configuration file: /xxx/Brain_and_Code/_config.yml
Incremental build: disabled. Enable with --incremental
Jekyll Feed: Generating feed for posts
done in 0.791 seconds.
Auto-regeneration: enabled for '/xxx/Brain_and_Code'
Server address: http://xxx.x.x.x:4000/
Server running... press ctrl-c to stop. Any comments on what I might be doing wrong would be greatly appreciated! Would any additional information from my side be useful to pin down the problem? Thanks, Nicole
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