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Use custom domain #120

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electroly opened this Issue Jan 5, 2019 · 0 comments

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electroly commented Jan 5, 2019

If you set the custom domain setting under GitHub Pages to "latestchatty.org" (note: .org not .com) then you will immediately get the root of that domain (and www.latestchatty.org too). The DNS is all set up. However I tried it and this ruins everything; I think the code is still expecting it to be at /chatty. I just get a blank page when I load the chatty. I'll get @ThomW to redirect latestchatty.com to latestchatty.org but the .org is ready to go right now.

Looks like this means you can set the name of the repository to anything you want. It's up to you but what do you think about latest-chatty-web or some variant of that, to fit the convention set by latest-chatty-uwp and latest-chatty-ios?

electroly added a commit that referenced this issue Jan 5, 2019

@NiXXeD NiXXeD closed this in #121 Jan 7, 2019

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