How to push a website to bitbucket?


by larissa , in category: Third Party Scripts , 9 days ago

How to push a website to bitbucket?

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by arnoldo.moen , 8 days ago


To push a website to Bitbucket, follow these steps:

  1. Create a new repository on Bitbucket:
  • Go to the Bitbucket website and log in to your account.
  • Click on the "+" icon on the left sidebar and select "Repository" to create a new repository.
  • Fill in the necessary details, such as the repository name, description, and access level.
  1. Initialize a git repository on your local machine:
  • Open a terminal or command prompt on your local machine.
  • Navigate to the directory where your website files are stored.
  • Run the command git init to initialize a new git repository in the current directory.
  1. Add and commit your website files:
  • Run the command git add . to add all the files in the current directory to the staging area.
  • Run the command git commit -m "Initial commit" to commit the changes with a commit message.
  1. Link your local repository to the Bitbucket repository:
  • Go back to the Bitbucket repository page and copy the SSH or HTTPS URL of your repository.
  • Run the command git remote add origin
  1. Push your website files to Bitbucket:
  • Run the command git push -u origin master to push your website files to the Bitbucket repository.
  • Enter your Bitbucket credentials if prompted.
  • Your website files should now be successfully pushed to the Bitbucket repository.

You can now manage and collaborate on your website code using Bitbucket's version control features.