GitPress uses Git to sync articles. So you can use the tools of development for publishing.
- You need to prepare a GitHub repo.
- Login to GitPress via Github account, select the repository.
- To keep your articles synced, GitPress will ask for adding a webhook at GitHub get notified when something changes.
- Now, you can compose articles now. Any changes at master branch will sync the articles to GitPress automatically.
Prepare a GitHub repo
You need a GitHub repository to contains your articles files. Go to Github, create a new repository.
- You can use any repository name. For example,
- Choose the Public permission options to make sure the repository is visible to the public.
Choose a repo
Login to GitPress. Choose a repository which contains your articles.
Setup article repo
GitPress uses webhook to sync content from GitHub. You'll be asked for a permission to add a webhook.
In addition, if you choose a private repo, you'll be asked for a permission to add a deploy key in this step.
Tap "Allow" to complete setup.
Compose and commit your first article
All done. Now you can add a new Markdown file at repo, write something, commit and push. All changes will be synced to GitPress automatically.