I did the following thanks to the advice of a friend:
- You must have an account on github.com, then you must have git installed on your PC.
- A folder for example SEARCH that contains all the project files.
Then you must enter the GIT BASH
- Move inside the SEARCH folder and execute the following commands:
git init git remote add origin https://github.com/me50/YOURUSERNAME.git git add -A git commit -m "Submit my project 0" git push origin master:web50/projects/2020/x/search
Note: If it asks you to login github, do so with your username and password. Ignore any alerts.
gig init -> Create an empty Git repository or reinitialize an existing one (in your folder - PC). git remote -> Manage the set of repositories ("remotes") whose branches you track. git remote add origin https://github.com/me50/YOURUSERNAME.git -> The git remote add command takes two arguments: origin and the url git add -A -> all files in the entire working tree are add git commit -m "Submit my project 0" -> Create a new commit and the given log message describing the changes git push origin master:web50/projects/2020/x/search -> git push command takes two arguments origin and master:xxxxx (origin is pushed to target)