Next, make a copy of the repository into your desired workspace. I like to keep all of my version controlled projects under one directory. Open up a command terminal of your choosing and use the following:
cd #[working directory] git clone https://github.com/omahar/omahar.git git branch #[new branch] git checkout #[new branch] git push --set-upstream origin #[new branch]
After the initial set up you can open the R Project in Rstudio and use the IDE to handle most of the work you will need to do in git.
Creating a New Post
You can use the command line to create a new post:
blogdown::new_post('Submitting a Post with Blogdown')
or you can use the Rstudio addin that is provided:
Blogdown supports both R Markdown or Markdown. You now have a templated document set up to edit. Write your post and once you are satisfied that you are ready to publish, re-build the site:
Check for errors and visually inspect:
Submitting a Post to the Website Repository
When you are ready to publish your post, you will need to head to the github repository for the website. To submit your post for publication, create a pull request to merge your branch with the master.
You will need to resolve any conflicts when merging the branches. Be wary of overwriting other files already in the master branch. Once the pull request is sent, it will need to pass a review before being published. When the changes are accepted and merged into the master, Netlify will rebuild the new part of the website and your post will be published to the website.
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