GitHub unveils new Page Generator

GitHub has unveiled a new Page Generator, a free, simple system for adding visual punch to project pages. Various themes are available, and content is easily editable.

Jake Boxer, a developer at GitHub, told .net that designer Jason Costello came up with the idea: "GitHub already had a basic page generator, but we wanted to do it better. Developers constantly publish awesome new projects on GitHub, but often lack the design skills or time to make attractive web pages to promote their projects. Jason and I wanted to help developers jump this hurdle."

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