Let's assume the following situation:
I have created a personal blog hosted on Github Pages, based in a modified version of a template from HTML5UP, which is available for free for personal and commercial use under the CCA 3.0 license.
Inside this blog, I will generate original, digital, and creative content. In addition, I will use it as a personal portfolio for photography.
I want to protect all my content (my digital creations and original photos) against any kind of use, personal or commercial (copyright license).
Right now, the repository is public. But I would like to make it as private as possible, where only I can make any modifications.
My question is: Which are the steps I should take in order to license my hosted-Github Page and to protect my content, taking into account that I am using a template with Creative Commons Attribution 3.0? I do not want people to confuse the license from the template with the license from the content of the blog.
In my public repository, there is already a
LICENSE.txt for the template. Can I just add another one for my content specifying the other type of license (copyright)?