* Test locally with jekyll, or commit and push to github.
* When pushed, view at http://yourusername.github.com/yourprojectname, an example project can be seen here: http://garyhodgson.github.com/githubiverse-tst
-* Follow the instructions above but instead of copying the contents of githubiverse-template, create a submodule for the gh-pages branch into a folder called, for example, template. I.e. `git submodule add -b gh-pages git://github.com/garyhodgson/githubiverse-template.git template` Make sure to use the git read-only url syntax, i.e. git://...
-* Copy the _config.yml file from the template folder to the root folder and add the following at the top: `source: template`
-This has the benefit that the submodule can be updated without having to copy the new files in each time. One could fork githubiverse-template, edit it to your taste, and then use it as a submodule in all your 3D printing projects. Updating the shared template would mean only having to update the submodule in each project.