The first thing is to create an empty repository in GitHub:
Back to GitHub, log into your account. This is mine:
We’re now going to make a third repository for the lab-01-website that is currently in our local repository.
I’m going to give the remote repository the same name as the local repository, i.e.:
It is not necessary for the names to be the same; I do it only to avoid confusion.
To create the new remote repository in GitHub, click either thebutton or the button (they both do the same).
|Description||A simple website repository used as an example to demonstrate how the Brackets-Git extension works|
|Initialise with README||Unticked (not selected)|
|Add a license||None|
|Table 8.2 lab-01-website repository properties|
Clickand it will automatically open the repository page:
This gives us a completely empty repository—GitHub is a bit complainy at this point (ok, I might have made that word up). It knows the repository is completely empty and it is telling us how to put something in it.
Make a note of, or copy the SSH URL from the GitHub repository page (highlighted in orange above), you will need this for what follows.