Dynamic GitHub readme

saleemmalikraja profile image Saleem Malik ・1 min read

1) Sign in/ Sign up

Sign in / Signup to your GitHub account and create a new repository

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2) Repository Name

You will be asked to give a repository name. Make sure your repository name and the account name are same.

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3) Create Read me File

Its mandate that you should have “readme.md” file while initialising repo if not make sure you are adding it as part of your repository.

Another key thing to notice is that the repository must be a “public” repository.

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4) Static readme generator

Once the repository is created with above criteria you will be seeing a readme.md file where you will describe about yourself.

I found a static readme generator site useful. Click here to generate yours.

Don’t hesitate to add a discussion note if you don’t find this information suffice. I ll respond ASAP.

Here is mine. Hope this article helps. Hit ❤ when you like this article.

(: Happy coding :)

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