@ -18,6 +18,8 @@ it's hosted by GitHub for __free__.
3. Upload your pictures to `images/fulls` and `images/thumbs` directory. _You can do that on github.com itself or you can clone and push the images to your repo._
4. Add your own custom domain in `CNAME` file or just remove the file if you don't own a domain. _You can use the default domain that github provides._
5. And that's it, your website is set. To view, go to [photography.ramswaroop.me](http://photography.ramswaroop.me) (or whatever you have in the CNAME file) and if you don't have one, you can go to [yourusername.github.io/photography](http://yourusername.github.io/photography)
And of course, you don't want my name at the bottom to show up. You can change it in `_config.yml` file as well as few other settings like your google analytics etc.
I have made this as an [npm](https://www.npmjs.com) package with [gulp](http://gulpjs.com/) to __automate image resizing
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1. Go inside the project `$ cd photography`
2. Install all dependencies by `$ npm install`
3. Copy all your pictures (the largest size available, straight from your camera) and put it inside `images/fulls` directory
4. `$ gulp` to resize the images and to generate thumbnails for faster page loads
3. Copy all your pictures (possibly jpg, the largest size available, straight from your camera) and put it inside `images` directory
4. Run `$ gulp` to resize the images and to generate thumbnails automatically
5. Push your changes to github.com by `$ git commit -am "a nice commit message"` and then `$ git push origin master`