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How to Create Account and Repository on Github

Creating a GitHub account and a repository is an essential step for anyone interested in sharing or hosting their code. Here’s a simple guide on how to get started:

Creating a GitHub Account:

1. Visit GitHub’s website by opening your web browser and navigating to GitHub.

2. Click on the “Sign up” button on the GitHub homepage.

3. Fill out the registration form with your username, email address, and a strong password.

4. Complete any CAPTCHA requirements to verify you’re not a robot.

5. Review and accept GitHub’s terms of service.

6. Click on “Create account” to finish the process.

7. Verify your email address if needed by following the instructions in the verification email.

Creating a Repository:

  1. Log in to your GitHub account using the credentials you provided during sign-up.

  2. Access your profile by clicking on your profile icon in the top-right corner and selecting “Your repositories” from the dropdown menu, or go directly to github.com/username.

  3. Click on the “New” button to create a new repository.

  4. Fill in the repository details, including the name, description, and visibility (public or private).

By following these steps, you’ll be ready to start sharing and collaborating on your projects using GitHub.

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