How to setup third party services for your github pages blog
Mar 19, 2019 by Areg Sarkissian
Articles in this series:
Part 1 - Setup a Github pages blog in five minutes
Part 2 - Customize your github pages blog layout in five minutes
Part 3 - Customize your github pages blog style in five minutes
Part 4 - Setup a custom domain for your github pages blog in five minutes
Part 5 - Setup your github pages blog structure in five minutes
Part 6 - Setup third party services for your github pages blog
Part 7 - Github pages tech stack: Jekyll, Liquid, Markdown
In this post I will list resources that you can check out to learn how to integrate third party services into your Github pages blog.
Particularly, the three services listed below:
- Disqus - for adding commenting functionality to our pages.
- MailChimp - for adding newsletter subscribers to our blog.
- Gumroad - for adding digital downloads capability to our blog.
Adding Disqus third party comments for our posts
Here is a Stack Overflow link that describes how to embedd Disqus comments into your blog:
How do I use disqus comments in github pages blog markdown
Adding MailChimp third party email newsletter service
Here is a link to instructions for creating a MailChimp newsletter subscription form and generating the code to embed in your Github pages blog.
MailChimp subscription form setup
Adding Gumroad third party digital download service
Here is a link to instructions for embedding a product purchase widget into your Github pages blog.
In this post I listed resources you can use to add comments, newsletter subscriptions and digital downloads to your blog using third party services.
Thanks for reading.