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This week I worked on programming my website using Git by Visual Studio, and started to getting used to the documentation process.


Programming Website Steps

Documentation and upload

I was given a website template on Gitlab written in markdown, I signined into Gitlab. The first step is to clone my website, then I choosed where I want it to be, and click (Git Bash Here) Then by enter git clone and the same URL that I copied, will ask me to sign in

paste the copied URL to clone the folder

So I successfully got the cloned folder

Upload files to archive

Visual Studio

I can upload multiple files to archive through the cloned folder By choosing the location of the file and upload it on Here I have uploaded an image in my cloned folder>> images then I have to commit the changes from the source control section in the visual studio

By GitLab:

You can easily upload the files through GitLab, whether in files or images are the same progress: Repository: Files: Docs: (Choose wherever you want the uploaded file to be): + icon: upload.

A window will appear, then click the upload button and select the files you want to upload.

To edit my website, I am using

Visual Studio Code

Visual Studio Code is a streamlined code editor with support for development operations like debugging, task running, and version control. It aims to provide just the tools a developer needs for a quick code-build-debug cycle and leaves more complex workflows to fuller featured IDEs, such as Visual Studio IDE.

So I opened my folder, and To commit my editing I click on Source Control>> type a message>> commit>> push.

Starting with opening the cloned folder by clicking File>> open folder I have chosen my folder to start editing and documenting on the website My website has appeared in the visual studio, so I can edit any section I want After implementing a couple of editing, I have to frequently commit the changes through the source control, by typing a message describing the change>> clicking the checkmark to commit>> then from the 3dots mark I can find the pull and push to push the changes to my website. After clicking the checkmark I have to save and commit Push bottom to push the changes to the website Here it is done

Last update: May 22, 2022