A repository on Github is like a folder that lets you organise your project. It contains all the files and versions for that specific project. This post will show you how to create a repository on Github.
Create your first repository on Github by following these steps.
Step #1: Create a Project
Click on “Start a project” or click on “New repository” in the top right of the page.
Step #2: Give your repository a name
Now give a name to your repository. Make it clear, so you can remember what is all about. As you work on multiple projects, and change organisations, you might start feeling confused. I tend to organise by tool I use (Google Search Console, Google Analytics, Screaming Frog, etc.)
Make it private if you want.
Step #3: Initialize this repository with a README
This is only to make it shorter. The Readme will let you add information about what you project is about.
Step #4: Create repository
Click on “Create repository”.
Congratulations! You have created your first repo!
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