Thought I’d add a developer perspective.
First a bit of background: git, in it’s commonly used form, has two parts:
- The local repository (on your computer)
- The remote repository (in this case, on our GitLab Server).
If there are changes in your local repository that you want to place on the server then you push your changes to the remote. If there are changes on the remote repository then you pull those changes down to your local repository.
Local to Remote: push
Remote to Local: pull
Our web page template deployment is setup to be Continuous Delivery (CD). That means when you push a change to our GitLab server, we have an automated process that will deploy your changes to your live website, with no further effort on your part. All you do is push and we do the rest.
In order to make changes all you have to do is commit to your local repository of page web page template customizations and then push those commits to our server. After a few minutes those changes will be visible on your website.
If the changes are in the
WebPagesEN folder then that will be your live pages. If the changes are in the
WebPagesTS folder, then that will be your testing pages (using the language feature, as Randale pointed out earlier).
And if you need a reference for the web page templates, our default templates are here: https://gitlab.artsman.com/_public/tmresponsivewebpages