To push changes to a remote repository in Git, you can follow these steps:
If this is your first time pushing to the remote repository, you might need to set up a connection between your local repository and the remote repository using the
git remote add <remote-name> <remote-url> command. Replace
<remote-name> with a name of your choice (e.g.,
<remote-url> with the URL of the remote repository.
Note: Make sure to fetch and merge any changes from the remote repository before pushing your changes to avoid conflicts. You can update your local repository using the
git pull <remote-name> <branch-name> command.