Jon Lee

website guide

Publishing your changes to the web

You’ve edited your website’s files and want to publish them to the web. Doing this is a two-step process.

First, you’ll commit those changes to your local repository. Then you push those same changes to the remote repository, which is hosted on GitHub’s servers. GitHub detects those changes and refreshes your website.

Commit to your local repository

Push all of the changes to the internet

When you’re committed all of the changes locally and ready to see those changes live on your website, you will need to push your commits to GitHub. You are pushing your changes to the remote repository. GitHub will automatically detect those changes, and refresh your site.


GitHub has some usage limits:

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