In Projects, you can keep track of your progress as you go throught the tasks. Check each item as you complete it!
Congratulations! You now have a static site with a custom domain name published on the Internet.
Let's review the process we followed in this lesson:
Created an AWS account and accessed Route 53
Purchased a domain name
Accessed the Hosted Zone for that domain name
Confirmed the NS (name server) records
Created A and CNAME records
Used dig to display information about your domain name
Take a look at the diagram to the right. In this unit, you successfully accomplished the third and final step: assigning a custom domain name to your GitHub Pages site.
Remember, there are many different ways to deploy a site to the Internet. In this course, you learned how to use Jekyll to generate site content and deploy that content to GitHub Pages, a free service provided by GitHub.
You're now set up to maintain and update your own personal site on the Internet. Happy coding!
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