What is Bridgetown?
Bridgetown works best as part of a version-controlled repository powered by Git. You can centrally store your repository on a service like GitHub so that you and everyone else working on the website (plus your hosting provider) all have direct, secure access to the latest website content and design files.
During the development process, you will likely be running Bridgetown from the command line on your local developer machine (or perhaps a remote staging server). Once content is ready to publish, you would commit your website codebase to the Git repository and use an automated build tool to generate and upload the final output to a server or CDN (Content Delivery Network). Netlify is a popular service for this, but there are many others. You can also just literally copy the generated files contained in the output folder to any HTTP web server and it should Just Work.
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