Goal: Here at Epicodus, we use the command line, Git and Github on a daily basis. The goal for this exercise is to practice the workflow you'll use daily.
Ask yourself the following questions before moving on:
$ git push al main?
.gitrepository, and the repository created on Github?
.gitrepository, and the repository created on Github 'connected'?
Begin practicing the command line, Git commands and GitHub set up by building a "Goodbye World" web page that you push to a repository on GitHub. The steps you need to complete are below. You will need to use the previous lessons as reference for the correct syntax and commands to complete them.
<h1>Goodbye</h1> <h2>A program to bid our friends farewell all over the world.</h2> <ul> <li>English: Goodbye, friends!</li> <li>Spanish: Adios, amigos!</li> </ul>
</li>at the beginning and end of the lines).
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