This blog has been hosted at jameshfisher.github.io since I started it in November last year. Last month I bought the domain jameshfisher.com, which I’m going to use for this blog (in the www. subdomain). Here’s the process:

Unfortunately, GitHub can’t host your custom domain with HTTPS. They don’t accept TLS certificate uploads. (This is another case where it would be simpler if HTTPS was configured with DNS; I could just set my public key in DNS to that of GitHub.) To get HTTPS, I’m planning to move the blog hosting to Netlify instead.

I wrote this because I felt like it. This post is my own, and not associated with my employer.

Jim. Public speaking. Friends. Vidrio.