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GitHub Actions for GitHub Pages

GitHub Actions for deploying to GitHub Pages with Static Site Generators

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This is a GitHub Action to deploy your static files to GitHub Pages. This deploy action can be combined simply and freely with Static Site Generators. (Hugo, MkDocs, Gatsby, mdBook, Next, Nuxt, and so on.)

The next example step will deploy

./public
directory to the remote
gh-pages
branch.
- name: Deploy
  uses: peaceiris/[email protected]
  with:
    github_token: ${{ secrets.GITHUB_TOKEN }}
    publish_dir: ./public

For newbies of GitHub Actions: Note that the

GITHUB_TOKEN
is NOT a personal access token. A GitHub Actions runner automatically creates a
GITHUB_TOKEN
secret to authenticate in your workflow. So, you can start to deploy immediately without any configuration.

Supported Tokens

Three tokens are supported.

| Token | Private repo | Public repo | Protocol | Setup | |---|:---:|:---:|---|---| |

github_token
| ✅️ | ✅️ | HTTPS | Unnecessary | |
deploy_key
| ✅️ | ✅️ | SSH | Necessary | |
personal_token
| ✅️ | ✅️ | HTTPS | Necessary |

Notes: Actually, the

GITHUB_TOKEN
works for deploying to GitHub Pages but it has still some limitations. For the first deployment, we need to select the
gh-pages
branch or another branch on the repository settings tab. See First Deployment with
GITHUB_TOKEN

Supported Platforms

All Actions runners: Linux (Ubuntu), macOS, and Windows are supported.

| runs-on |

github_token
|
deploy_key
|
personal_token
| |---|:---:|:---:|:---:| | ubuntu-20.04 | ✅️ | ✅️ | ✅️ | | ubuntu-18.04 | ✅️ | ✅️ | ✅️ | | ubuntu-16.04 | ✅️ | ✅️ | ✅️ | | macos-latest | ✅️ | ✅️ | ✅️ | | windows-latest | ✅️ | (2) | ✅️ |
  1. WIP, See Issue #87

GitHub Enterprise Server Support

✅️ GitHub Enterprise Server is supported above

2.22.6
.

Note that the

GITHUB_TOKEN
that is created by the runner might not inherently have push/publish privileges on GHES. You might need to create/request a technical user with write permissions to your target repository.

Table of Contents

Getting started

Add your workflow file

.github/workflows/gh-pages.yml
and push it to your remote default branch.

Here is an example workflow for Hugo.

peaceiris/actions-hugo - GitHub

name: github pages

on: push: branches: - main # Set a branch name to trigger deployment

jobs: deploy: runs-on: ubuntu-18.04 steps: - uses: actions/[email protected] with: submodules: true # Fetch Hugo themes (true OR recursive) fetch-depth: 0 # Fetch all history for .GitInfo and .Lastmod

  - name: Setup Hugo
    uses: peaceiris/[email protected]
    with:
      hugo-version: '0.79.1'

  - name: Build
    run: hugo --minify

  - name: Deploy
    uses: peaceiris/[email protected]
    with:
      github_token: ${{ secrets.GITHUB_TOKEN }}
      publish_dir: ./public

| Actions log overview | GitHub Pages log | |---|---| | | |

Options

⭐️ Set Runner's Access Token
github_token

This option is for

GITHUB_TOKEN
, not a personal access token.

A GitHub Actions runner automatically creates a

GITHUB_TOKEN
secret to use in your workflow. You can use the
GITHUB_TOKEN
to authenticate in a workflow run.
- name: Deploy
  uses: peaceiris/[email protected]
  with:
    github_token: ${{ secrets.GITHUB_TOKEN }}
    publish_dir: ./public

For more details about

GITHUB_TOKEN
: Authenticating with the GITHUB_TOKEN - GitHub Help

⭐️ Set SSH Private Key
deploy_key

Read Create SSH Deploy Key, create your SSH deploy key, and set the

deploy_key
option like the following.
- name: Deploy
  uses: peaceiris/[email protected]
  with:
    deploy_key: ${{ secrets.ACTIONS_DEPLOY_KEY }}
    publish_dir: ./public

⭐️ Set Personal Access Token
personal_token

Generate a personal access token (

repo
) and add it to Secrets as

PERSONAL_TOKEN
, it works as well as
ACTIONS_DEPLOY_KEY
.
- name: Deploy
  uses: peaceiris/[email protected]
  with:
    personal_token: ${{ secrets.PERSONAL_TOKEN }}
    publish_dir: ./public

⭐️ Set Another GitHub Pages Branch
publish_branch

Set a branch name to use as GitHub Pages branch. The default is

gh-pages
.
- name: Deploy
  uses: peaceiris/[email protected]
  with:
    github_token: ${{ secrets.GITHUB_TOKEN }}
    publish_branch: your-branch  # default: gh-pages

⭐️ Source Directory
publish_dir

A source directory to deploy to GitHub Pages. The default is

public
.
- name: Deploy
  uses: peaceiris/[email protected]
  with:
    github_token: ${{ secrets.GITHUB_TOKEN }}
    publish_dir: ./out  # default: public

⭐️ Deploy to Subdirectory
destination_dir

This feature is on beta. Any feedback is welcome at Issue #324

A destination subdirectory on a publishing branch. The default is empty.

- name: Deploy
  uses: peaceiris/[email protected]
  with:
    github_token: ${{ secrets.GITHUB_TOKEN }}
    destination_dir: subdir

⭐️ Filter publishing assets
exclude_assets

This feature is on beta. Any feedback is welcome at Issue #163

Set files or directories to exclude from publishing assets. The default is

.github
. Values should be split with a comma.
- name: Deploy
  uses: peaceiris/[email protected]
  with:
    github_token: ${{ secrets.GITHUB_TOKEN }}
    exclude_assets: '.github,exclude-file1,exclude-file2'

Set

exclude_assets
to empty for including the
.github
directory to deployment assets.
- name: Deploy
  uses: peaceiris/[email protected]
  with:
    deploy_key: ${{ secrets.ACTIONS_DEPLOY_KEY }}   # Recommended for this usage
    # personal_token: ${{ secrets.PERSONAL_TOKEN }} # An alternative
    # github_token: ${{ secrets.GITHUB_TOKEN }}     # This does not work for this usage
    exclude_assets: ''

The

exclude_assets
option supports glob patterns.
- name: Deploy
  uses: peaceiris/[email protected]
  with:
    github_token: ${{ secrets.GITHUB_TOKEN }}
    exclude_assets: '.github,exclude-file.txt,exclude-dir/**.txt'

⭐️ Add CNAME file
cname

To add the

CNAME
file, we can set the
cname
option. Alternatively, put your
CNAME
file into your
publish_dir
. (e.g.
public/CNAME
)

For more details about the

CNAME
file, read the official documentation: Managing a custom domain for your GitHub Pages site - GitHub Help
- name: Deploy
  uses: peaceiris/[email protected]
  with:
    github_token: ${{ secrets.GITHUB_TOKEN }}
    publish_dir: ./public
    cname: github.com

⭐️ Enable Built-in Jekyll
enable_jekyll

If you want GitHub Pages to process your site with the static site generator Jekyll, set

enable_jekyll
to true.

github/personal-website is one of the examples using GitHub Pages built-in Jekyll.

By default, this action signals to GitHub Pages that the site shall not be processed with Jekyll. This is done by adding an empty

.nojekyll
file when publishing to the master or gh-pages branch. When a
.nojekyll
file already exists, this action does nothing.

Bypassing Jekyll makes the deployment faster and is necessary if you are deploying files or directories that start with underscores, since Jekyll considers these to be special resources and does not copy them to the final site. You only need to set

enable_jekyll
to true when you want to deploy a Jekyll-powered website and let GitHub Pages do the Jekyll processing.
- name: Deploy
  uses: peaceiris/[email protected]
  with:
    github_token: ${{ secrets.GITHUB_TOKEN }}
    publish_dir: ./public
    enable_jekyll: true

For more details about

.nojekyll
: Bypassing Jekyll on GitHub Pages - The GitHub Blog

⭐️ Allow empty commits
allow_empty_commit

By default, a commit will not be generated when no file changes. If you want to allow an empty commit, set the optional parameter

allow_empty_commit
to
true
.

For example:

- name: Deploy
  uses: peaceiris/[email protected]
  with:
    github_token: ${{ secrets.GITHUB_TOKEN }}
    publish_dir: ./public
    allow_empty_commit: true

⭐️ Keeping existing files
keep_files

By default, existing files in the publish branch (or only in

destination_dir
if given) will be removed. If you want the action to add new files but leave existing ones untouched, set the optional parameter
keep_files
to
true
.

Note that users who are using a Static Site Generator do not need this option in most cases. Please reconsider your project structure and building scripts, or use a built-in feature of a Static Site Generator before you enable this flag.

For example:

- name: Deploy
  uses: peaceiris/[email protected]
  with:
    github_token: ${{ secrets.GITHUB_TOKEN }}
    publish_dir: ./public
    keep_files: true

With the v3, this option does not support working with the force_orphan option. The next major release (version 4) will support this. See the issue #455

⭐️ Deploy to external repository
external_repository

By default, your files are published to the repository which is running this action. If you want to publish to another repository on GitHub, set the environment variable

external_repository
to
/
.

For example:

- name: Deploy
  uses: peaceiris/[email protected]
  with:
    deploy_key: ${{ secrets.ACTIONS_DEPLOY_KEY }}
    external_repository: username/external-repository
    publish_branch: your-branch  # default: gh-pages
    publish_dir: ./public

You can use

deploy_key
or
personal_token
. When you use
deploy_key
, set your private key to the repository which includes this action and set your public key to your external repository.

Note that

GITHUB_TOKEN
has no permission to access to external repositories. Please create a personal access token and set it to
personal_token
like
personal_token: ${{ secrets.PERSONAL_TOKEN }}
.

Use case:

A GitHub Free Plan account cannot use the GitHub Pages in a private repository. To make your source contents private and deploy it with the GitHub Pages, you can deploy your site from a private repository to a public repository using this option.

  • peaceiris/homepage
    : A private repository running this action with
    external_repository: peaceiris/peaceiris.github.io
  • peaceiris/peaceiris.github.io
    : A public repository using GitHub Pages

⭐️ Force orphan
force_orphan

We can set the

force_orphan: true
option. This allows you to make your publish branch with only the latest commit.
- name: Deploy
  uses: peaceiris/[email protected]
  with:
    github_token: ${{ secrets.GITHUB_TOKEN }}
    publish_dir: ./public
    force_orphan: true

⭐️ Set Git username and email

Set custom

git config user.name
and
git config user.email
. A commit is always created with the same user.
- name: Deploy
  uses: peaceiris/[email protected]
  with:
    github_token: ${{ secrets.GITHUB_TOKEN }}
    publish_dir: ./public
    user_name: 'github-actions[bot]'
    user_email: 'github-actions[bot]@users.noreply.github.com'

Add GitHub Actions bot as a committer

⭐️ Set custom commit message

Set a custom commit message. When we create a commit with a message

docs: Update some post
, a deployment commit will be generated with a message
docs: Update some post ${GITHUB_SHA}
.
- name: Deploy
  uses: peaceiris/[email protected]
  with:
    github_token: ${{ secrets.GITHUB_TOKEN }}
    publish_dir: ./public
    commit_message: ${{ github.event.head_commit.message }}

Set a custom commit message - GitHub Actions for GitHub Pages

To set a full custom commit message without a triggered commit hash, use the

full_commit_message
option instead of the
commit_message
option.
- name: Deploy
  uses: peaceiris/[email protected]
  with:
    github_token: ${{ secrets.GITHUB_TOKEN }}
    publish_dir: ./public
    full_commit_message: ${{ github.event.head_commit.message }}

⭐️ Create Git tag

Here is an example workflow.

name: github pages

on: push: branches: - main tags: - 'v*..'

jobs: deploy: runs-on: ubuntu-18.04 steps: - uses: actions/[email protected]

  - name: Some build

  - name: Prepare tag
    id: prepare_tag
    if: startsWith(github.ref, 'refs/tags/')
    run: |
      TAG_NAME="${GITHUB_REF##refs/tags/}"
      echo "::set-output name=tag_name::${TAG_NAME}"
      echo "::set-output name=deploy_tag_name::deploy-${TAG_NAME}"

  - name: Deploy
    uses: peaceiris/[email protected]
    with:
      github_token: ${{ secrets.GITHUB_TOKEN }}
      publish_dir: ./public
      tag_name: ${{ steps.prepare_tag.outputs.deploy_tag_name }}
      tag_message: 'Deployment ${{ steps.prepare_tag.outputs.tag_name }}'

Commands on a local machine.

$ # On a main branch
$ git tag -a "v1.2.3" -m "Release v1.2.3"
$ git push origin "v1.2.3"

$ # After deployment $ git fetch origin $ git tag deploy-v1.2.3 # Tag on the gh-pages branch v1.2.3 # Tag on the main branch

Tips and FAQ

⭐️ Create SSH Deploy Key

Generate your deploy key with the following command.

ssh-keygen -t rsa -b 4096 -C "$(git config user.email)" -f gh-pages -N ""
# You will get 2 files:
#   gh-pages.pub (public key)
#   gh-pages     (private key)

Next, Go to Repository Settings

  • Go to Deploy Keys and add your public key with the Allow write access
  • Go to Secrets and add your private key as
    ACTIONS_DEPLOY_KEY

| Add your public key | Success | |---|---| | | |

| Add your private key | Success | |---|---| | | |

⭐️ First Deployment with
GITHUB_TOKEN

The

GITHUB_TOKEN
has limitations for the first deployment so we have to select the GitHub Pages branch on the repository settings tab. After that, do the second deployment like the following pictures.

| First deployment failed | Go to the settings tab | |---|---| | | |

| Select branch | Deploying again and succeed | |---|---| | | |

⭐️ Use the latest and specific release

We recommend you to use the latest and specific release of this action for stable CI/CD. It is useful to watch this repository (release only) to check the latest release of this action.

For continuous updating, we can use the GitHub native Dependabot. Here is an example configuration of the bot. The config file is located in

.github/dependabot.yml
.
version: 2
updates:
- package-ecosystem: "github-actions"
  directory: "/"
  schedule:
    interval: "daily"
  labels:
  - "CI/CD"
  commit-message:
    prefix: ci

See the official documentation for more details about the Dependabot: Keeping your dependencies updated automatically - GitHub Docs

⭐️ Schedule and Manual Deployment

For deploying regularly, we can set the

on.schedule
workflow trigger. See Scheduled events | Events that trigger workflows - GitHub Docs

For deploying manually, we can set the

on.workflow_dispatch
workflow trigger. See Manual events
workflow_dispatch
| Events that trigger workflows - GitHub Docs
name: github pages

on: push: branches: - main schedule: - cron: "22 22 * * *" workflow_dispatch:

jobs: deploy: runs-on: ubuntu-18.04 steps: ...

Examples

⭐️ Static Site Generators with Node.js

hexo, vuepress, react-static, gridsome, create-react-app and so on. Please check where your output directory is before pushing your workflow. e.g.

create-react-app
requires
publish_dir
to be set to
./build

Premise: Dependencies are managed by

package.json
and
package-lock.json
name: github pages

on: push: branches: - main

jobs: deploy: runs-on: ubuntu-18.04 steps: - uses: actions/[email protected]

  - name: Setup Node
    uses: actions/[email protected]
    with:
      node-version: '12.x'

  - name: Cache dependencies
    uses: actions/[email protected]
    with:
      path: ~/.npm
      key: ${{ runner.os }}-node-${{ hashFiles('**/package-lock.json') }}
      restore-keys: |
        ${{ runner.os }}-node-

  - run: npm ci
  - run: npm run build

  - name: Deploy
    uses: peaceiris/[email protected]
    with:
      github_token: ${{ secrets.GITHUB_TOKEN }}
      publish_dir: ./public

⭐️ Gatsby

An example for Gatsby project with gatsby-starter-blog

name: github pages

on: push: branches: - main

jobs: deploy: runs-on: ubuntu-18.04 steps: - uses: actions/[email protected]

  - name: Setup Node
    uses: actions/[email protected]
    with:
      node-version: '12.x'

  - name: Cache dependencies
    uses: actions/[email protected]
    with:
      path: ~/.npm
      key: ${{ runner.os }}-node-${{ hashFiles('**/package-lock.json') }}
      restore-keys: |
        ${{ runner.os }}-node-

  - run: npm ci
  - run: npm run format
  - run: npm run test
  - run: npm run build

  - name: Deploy
    uses: peaceiris/[email protected]
    with:
      github_token: ${{ secrets.GITHUB_TOKEN }}
      publish_dir: ./public

⭐️ React and Next

An example for Next.js project with create-next-app

name: github pages

on: push: branches: - main

jobs: deploy: runs-on: ubuntu-18.04 steps: - uses: actions/[email protected]

  - name: Setup Node
    uses: actions/[email protected]
    with:
      node-version: '12.x'

  - name: Get yarn cache
    id: yarn-cache
    run: echo "::set-output name=dir::$(yarn cache dir)"

  - name: Cache dependencies
    uses: actions/[email protected]
    with:
      path: ${{ steps.yarn-cache.outputs.dir }}
      key: ${{ runner.os }}-yarn-${{ hashFiles('**/yarn.lock') }}
      restore-keys: |
        ${{ runner.os }}-yarn-

  - run: yarn install --frozen-lockfile
  - run: yarn build
  - run: yarn export

  - name: Deploy
    uses: peaceiris/[email protected]
    with:
      github_token: ${{ secrets.GITHUB_TOKEN }}
      publish_dir: ./out

⭐️ Vue and Nuxt

An example for Nuxt.js project with create-nuxt-app

name: github pages

on: push: branches: - main

jobs: deploy: runs-on: ubuntu-18.04 steps: - uses: actions/[email protected]

  - name: Setup Node
    uses: actions/[email protected]
    with:
      node-version: '12.x'

  - name: Cache dependencies
    uses: actions/[email protected]
    with:
      path: ~/.npm
      key: ${{ runner.os }}-node-${{ hashFiles('**/package-lock.json') }}
      restore-keys: |
        ${{ runner.os }}-node-

  - run: npm ci
  - run: npm test
  - run: npm run generate

  - name: deploy
    uses: peaceiris/[email protected]
    with:
      github_token: ${{ secrets.GITHUB_TOKEN }}
      publish_dir: ./dist

⭐️ Docusaurus

An example workflow for Docusaurus.

npx @docusaurus/[email protected] init website classic
is useful to create a new Docusaurus project.
# .github/workflows/deploy.yml

name: github pages

on: push: branches: - main paths: - '.github/workflows/deploy.yml' - 'website/**'

jobs: deploy: runs-on: ubuntu-18.04 defaults: run: working-directory: website steps: - uses: actions/[email protected]

  - name: Setup Node
    uses: actions/[email protected]
    with:
      node-version: '12.x'

  - name: Get yarn cache
    id: yarn-cache
    run: echo "::set-output name=dir::$(yarn cache dir)"

  - name: Cache dependencies
    uses: actions/[email protected]
    with:
      path: ${{ steps.yarn-cache.outputs.dir }}
      key: ${{ runner.os }}-website-${{ hashFiles('**/yarn.lock') }}
      restore-keys: |
        ${{ runner.os }}-website-

  - run: yarn install --frozen-lockfile
  - run: yarn build

  - name: Deploy
    uses: peaceiris/[email protected]
    with:
      github_token: ${{ secrets.GITHUB_TOKEN }}
      publish_dir: ./website/build

⭐️ Static Site Generators with Python

pelican, MkDocs, sphinx, and so on.

Premise: Dependencies are managed by

requirements.txt
name: github pages

on: push: branches: - main

jobs: deploy: runs-on: ubuntu-18.04 steps: - uses: actions/[email protected]

  - name: Setup Python
    uses: actions/[email protected]
    with:
      python-version: '3.8'

  - name: Upgrade pip
    run: |
      # install pip=>20.1 to use "pip cache dir"
      python3 -m pip install --upgrade pip

  - name: Get pip cache dir
    id: pip-cache
    run: echo "::set-output name=dir::$(pip cache dir)"

  - name: Cache dependencies
    uses: actions/[email protected]
    with:
      path: ${{ steps.pip-cache.outputs.dir }}
      key: ${{ runner.os }}-pip-${{ hashFiles('**/requirements.txt') }}
      restore-keys: |
        ${{ runner.os }}-pip-

  - name: Install dependencies
    run: python3 -m pip install -r ./requirements.txt

  - run: mkdocs build

  - name: Deploy
    uses: peaceiris/[email protected]
    with:
      github_token: ${{ secrets.GITHUB_TOKEN }}
      publish_dir: ./site

⭐️ mdBook (Rust)

An example GitHub Actions workflow to deploy rust-lang/mdBook site to GitHub Pages.

name: github pages

on: push: branches: - main

jobs: deploy: runs-on: ubuntu-18.04 steps: - uses: actions/[email protected]

  - name: Setup mdBook
    uses: peaceiris/[email protected]
    with:
      mdbook-version: '0.4.5'
      # mdbook-version: 'latest'

  - run: mdbook build

  - name: Deploy
    uses: peaceiris/[email protected]
    with:
      github_token: ${{ secrets.GITHUB_TOKEN }}
      publish_dir: ./book

⭐️ Flutter Web

An exapmle workflow for Flutter web project.

name: github pages

on: push: branches: - main

jobs: deploy: runs-on: ubuntu-18.04 steps: - uses: actions/[email protected]

  - name: Setup Flutter
    run: |
      git clone https://github.com/flutter/flutter.git --depth 1 -b beta _flutter
      echo "${GITHUB_WORKSPACE}/_flutter/bin" >> ${GITHUB_PATH}

  - name: Install
    run: |
      flutter config --enable-web
      flutter pub get

  - name: Build
    run: flutter build web

  - name: Deploy
    uses: peaceiris/[email protected]
    with:
      github_token: ${{ secrets.GITHUB_TOKEN }}
      publish_dir: ./build/web

⭐️ Elm

An example workflow for Elm.

name: github pages

on: push: branches: - main

jobs: deploy: runs-on: ubuntu-18.04 steps: - uses: actions/[email protected]

  - name: Setup Node
    uses: actions/[email protected]
    with:
      node-version: '12.x'

  - name: Setup Elm
    run: npm install elm --global

  - name: Make
    run: elm make --optimize src/Main.elm

  - name: Move files
    run: |
      mkdir ./public
      mv ./index.html ./public/
    # If you have non-minimal setup with some assets and separate html/js files,
    # provide --output=<output-file> option for `elm make` and remove this step

  - name: Deploy
    uses: peaceiris/[email protected]
    with:
      github_token: ${{ secrets.GITHUB_TOKEN }}
      publish_dir: ./public

⭐️ github/personal-website

  • github/personal-website - Code that'll help you kickstart a personal website that showcases your work as a software developer.
# .github/workflows/github-pages.yml

name: GitHub Pages

on: push: branches: - master schedule: - cron: '24 */24 * * *' # Once a day

jobs: deploy: runs-on: ubuntu-18.04 steps: - uses: actions/[email protected] - name: Deploy to GitHub Pages uses: peaceiris/[email protected] with: github_token: ${{ secrets.GITHUB_TOKEN }} publish_dir: ./ allow_empty_commit: true enable_jekyll: true cname: github.peaceiris.com

⭐️ Swift Publish

An example workflow for JohnSundell/Publish.

name: GitHub Pages

on: push: branches: - main

jobs: deploy: runs-on: macos-latest steps: - uses: actions/[email protected]

  - uses: actions/[email protected]
    with:
      path: |
        ~/Publish_build
        .build
      key: ${{ runner.os }}-spm-${{ hashFiles('**/Package.resolved') }}
      restore-keys: |
        ${{ runner.os }}-spm-

  - name: Setup JohnSundell/Publish
    run: |
      cd ${HOME}
      export PUBLISH_VERSION="0.7.0"
      git clone https://github.com/JohnSundell/Publish.git
      cd ./Publish &amp;&amp; git checkout ${PUBLISH_VERSION}
      mv ~/Publish_build .build || true
      swift build -c release
      cp -r .build ~/Publish_build || true
      echo "${HOME}/Publish/.build/release" &gt;&gt; ${GITHUB_PATH}

  - run: publish-cli generate

  - name: Deploy to GitHub Pages
    uses: peaceiris/[email protected]
    with:
      github_token: ${{ secrets.GITHUB_TOKEN }}
      publish_dir: ./Output

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