To move the site to your web host, you need:
- NodeJS version 12.13.0 or higher: Node.js
- Any code editor with a terminal, such as Visual Studio Code: https://code.visualstudio.com/
Once you've installed the required software, you need to download the project. To do that, go to the project and click on the Publish button. In the window that will appear, choose the "Zip-Archive" tab and click Download. Screenshot:
Unzip/extract the downloaded archive, and then open the code editor. Here's an example for Visual Studio Code.
- Install Visual Studio Code and update your NodeJS.
- Start Visual Studio Code.
- In the main menu, choose File > Open Folder.
- In the "Open Folder" dialog box, select the unzipped folder and click "Select Folder".
- Open a terminal in Visual Studio Code by choosing View > Terminal in the main menu.
- Make sure you have your folder name in the command line of the open terminal window. Let's call it "MyProject", for example. The command line in the terminal looks like this: C:\Users\nameuser\Desktop\MyProject>
- In the command line type npm i. Screenshot:
Start the installation process.
- Once the installation is complete, type npm run build. Screenshot:
And then you will have the final installation process.
- Once it completes, you will have a Public folder inside your project folder. This is your finished site that you can upload to any web host.