Ok just to give a little context, this is related to coding.
I'm sooooooooooo happy! I finally learned how to make a website using GitHub (specifically GitHub Pages). This means I don't have to use JSitor anymore! And JSitor is random and unreliable. I made a post in the google classroom I made for my friends who are willing to help me with it. I call the group LCTapps/1994 STUDIOS.
OK. Well... I switched because JSitor randomly errors out and makes my sites unusable, so I was looking for alternatives to host a static website and github was one of them. At first, I had doubts on hosting a GitHub page since it's soo complicated... At first but I was doing everything wrong. Soooooo I had to find out why it wasn't working, and I finally found out how to do it, and it's easier than I thought.
Another reason why it's sooo much easier is because I can upload the files in the Git repo (repository) and easily locate them rather than uploading it to another service and then copying the URL into the src part of a element/tag. And smaller file names take up less data, and space in the code, which Is more convenient instead of copy-pasting a URL (that takes up more bytes and causes more clutter).
I am actually gonna provide some links to some of the GitHub pages I have made (the app hub beta isn't in this post since KidzNet does not want me to post it here. I might post it once I remove the chat site since I am not using it anymore and am going to move to also remove the chat site from Lettuce.it, since the tribe team [the people who let my network exist] added a messaging feature)(also i cannot share LCTapps Devmail since that's for LCTapps/1994 devs haha)