To paying with git you have to do the following things step by step:
Set email: git config --global user.email "[email protected]"
Set username: git config --global user.name "Your Name"
Create a new Repository
To use the git tool for uploading your project in the GitHub repository, you must configure the git tool with your
. It confirms that the git is installed on your PC. Today I am going to show step by step how can you configure your git tool easily. So, let’s get started.
Step-1: Click new or plus icon
Step-2: Click new Repository Button
Step-3: Type your repository name if its already exits then show the following error like.
Step-4: Provide a unique name
Step-5: You can manage your repository to make, public, or private. In my case, I made my repo public. Then Obviously unmark the checkbox.
Step-6: Copy the following codes
Then go to the project folder and open the git tool by right-clicking the empty window and select Git Bash Here link.
Note that obviously you have installed git tool in your PC.
Initialize the git repository
Add all folders and files to the git repository
Commit the folders and files with a message
git commit -m”my first commit”
Finally, go to the newly created git repository in GitHub and copy the following two lines from your repository.
Run those copied two commands
Done you have succeeded the first time uploading your project to GitHub.
After uploaded the project in the github it looks like
Most useful git commandClone a Git Repository
git clone <clone_url>
Example: git clone https://github.com/jewelcse/login-registeration-in-php.git
Create a Branch
git checkout -b <new_branch_name>
It creates a new branch in your git repository by using your given name.
After creating a new branch it automatically switches your current branch to the new branch.
Switches between Branches
git checkout <existing_branch_name>
This command switches the user to the current branch to another branch.
Track your working status
Add edited or newly created file
git commit -m"commit_messages"
Push local files to GitHub
It works when you are in your master branch.
But when you work as in another branch then the command will be
git push origin <your_branch_name>