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How to Add Your SSH Key to GitHub/Bitbucket
How to Add Your SSH Key to GitHub/Bitbucket

Deplying your website from a git repository using SSH

Updated over a week ago

Adding your SSH key to GitHub or Bitbucket, will allow you to deploy from a private repository and enable seamless repository access. Just follow these steps:

Step 1 - Generate an SSH Key

Go to WebsitesManage. In the left sidebar, search for GIT and click on it:

Next, click on Generate Key:

Once generated, copy it in order to add it to your GitHub or Bitbucket account in the next step.

Step 2 - Add the SSH Key

Check the instructions according to your preferred repository service:


After logging into GitHub:

  1. Click your profile photo and select Settings

  2. In the user settings sidebar, click SSH and GPG keys

  3. Click New SSH key or Add SSH key

  4. In the Title field, add a descriptive label for the new key

  5. Paste your key into the Key field

  6. Click Add SSH key

  7. If prompted, confirm your GitHub password


After logging into Bitbucket:

  1. Go to View Profile

  2. Click on Settings.

  3. Go to the Access Keys option and click on Add key

  4. Paste your key and save the changes

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