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It's tough to be the bearer of bad news. Fortunately, today we're making it a bit easier to quickly publish beautiful pages for you and your projects. When you push…
It’s tough to be the bearer of bad news. Fortunately, today we’re making it a bit easier to quickly publish beautiful pages for you and your projects.
When you push a change to your GitHub Pages site — whether via Git command line, one of the desktop apps, or GitHub.com — we email you if for any reason we can’t build your site.
Starting today, you’ll also get a descriptive, human-readable error message for any failed build so that you can more easily troubleshoot what went wrong:
We’ve started by supporting the most common error messages seen on GitHub Pages, and will continue to roll out support for additional errors in the coming weeks.
For more information on troubled builds, see the Jekyll troubleshooting guide or contact GitHub Support. Happy publishing!