Github also lets you write the page in Markdown and then converts it into html automatically. I am thrilled by this as you can also import your Readme.md file from your main project. I was also impressed by the fact that you can go back to the automatic page generator and reload the page as markdown and edit it. But I could not find the markdown source - all I saw was index.html and I wondered what magic github did to reverse convert html to markdown. This puzzled me because it did not look like a reversible operation.
Well, the secret is in the
params.jsonfile. The markdown, site title and tagline are in this file!