There are two things you can modify in the workflow. The publish directory and the blog repository.
BLOG_REPO: Next.JS app repository template that is used to publish your markdown notes. This is useful when you create your own custom linked blogDeploy a custom version of the linked-blog-starterBy the end of this tutorial, you will have a custom version of the linked-blog-starter that deploys to Vercel
Fork the repository and get it to run locally
First, we want to fork the linked-blog-starter repo, then install and run it locally.
Note: Update https://github.com/matthewwong525/linked-blog-starter with your own repository link
1. Clone this repo by running git clone https://github.com/matthewwong525/linked-blog-starter
1. cd linked-blog-starter
1. npm install
1. npm run dev
PUBLISH_DIR: The folder that is published to the linked blog. All files and attachments in this folder will be published on the web
.github/workflows/publish.yml in your forked repository forked from linked-blog-starter-md and update the environment variables to your desire