By default, your GitHub site has a URL that is inherited from the Organization yoru repository is hosted in (or your user profile). For example, for the Rivercapes organization, the default address will be
reponame is the name of your repository.
This is controlled in your repository → Settings:
You will notice that many of the higher-grade Riverscapes Tools have subdomains to
riverscapes.net, instead of the above default. For example the BRAT tool is
https://brat.riverscapes.net where brat` is the custom subdomain. The RC will consider requests for any tools pending Riverscapes Compliance or fully Riverscapes Compliant.
Step 1 - Request the subdomain you want
To request a subdomain for your tool, fill out the form below.
Step 2 - Update URL Settings
Once you have your subdomain set up (we’ll notify you), you need to update yoru URL settings in both your repository and your website
Update the URL in
Update the URL in GitHub Page Settings
Go to your repository settings, scroll down to GitHub pages and update the custom domain: