Self-host your own GitHub-Pages style project on a low power server quickly and easily using go-live.

  • A simple index.html that has paths to JS and CSS is a static webpage.
  • A Jekyll project can be compiled locally into static HTML pages.
  • A React project can be compiled into static HTML.
snap install go-live
It’s working! (I created test.txt and test2.txt for the demo, they’re not there by default)

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