How to Deploy website on Netlify ?
Before proceeding, we have assumed that you have created a repository at Git host services and committed all your website files. In case you’re new and don’t know how to use Git, you can check out this: An Ultimate Guide to Git and Github
Below is the step-by-step procedure to deploy the website on Netlify.
Step 1: Create your account on Netlify. It’s completely free, so go ahead and create your Netlify account. Once you have verified your account, you need to answer 7 simple questions.
Step 2: Create a New Site from GIT. Remember to have created your repository, once it is done you need to follow 3 major steps.
Step 3: Connect to Git provider. Now choose a Git host provider where you have created your repository. I will be choosing BitBucket since I have my project and repository created in Bitbucket.
Step 4: Pick a repository. Once you have authorized with the Git host provider, you now need to Pick a repository that you have created.
Step 5: Once you have picked your repository, deploy your site. The base directory will be main by default. You just have to click on the Deploy Site for now.
Step 6: Wait for a few seconds and you will get a successful link which is in green color. Netlify will generate a random name for your site, with its own domain i.e., netlify.app
Step 7: Now that your site is successfully deployed you can edit the site name, Go to domain settings, select options, and edit the site name. Enter the site name and save.
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