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Where do need to start the git init?


when and where do i need to start the git init command?

If my project looks like this:

project > index.html site2.html site3.html css/style.css js/something.js and so on.

Where do i need to use it?

Sry i am a little bit confused.

1 Answer

If you are in Workspaces it is simpler and all you need to do is open the Console (you can do this my selecting View > Show Console) and type git init in it.

If you are working on your local machine, I highly recommend using Mac. On a Mac, you can simply boot up the Terminal. You can use the Spotlight to search your computer. You then should cd into the directory your project is, then type git init.

If the above sounds like gibberish, I highly recommend taking the Console Foundations then the Git Basics course.

I hope this helps :grin:

:dizzy: ~Alex :dizzy: