We set up our public Charlotte web design repositories, open source on GitHub, and linked it to the archive on our machine. All code will be publicly available on GitHub.com. (Remember, GitHub is just a series regular deposits of Git, which also provides a nice graphical interface for everything.) We want to add the ability to retain certain parts of the base of private Charlotte web design code. What we do now is add another remote Charlotte repository on the same local archives. We have two pensions GitHub (and private.site.com site.com), but a single database (and therefore directory) on our Charlotte web design machine. Two rest GitHub, and local.
In your local repo, make a new Charlotte branch. In this article, we call the dev branch. This branch can contain work in progress or draft blog, or something you do not want to be published on GitHub.com. The contents of this Charlotte web design branch will be in a moment, to live in our own guard.