Thanks for the help Thomas! I can't wait to become a full-fledged Git
user.  Unfortunately, I seem to have left out some finer details,
which I need further guidance on.

First off, the UK website is not the same as the US website, it's two
different code bases, but I suppose I can just replicate what I do for
one, and do the same for the other.

Secondly, you say I have 3 server machines, UK, US, and
local...however I was asking if I need a 4th, or if that's extraneous?

Model 1:   remote developer1 (his/her local machine in California) <->
remote server (ie. github/gitfarm) -> US webserver
           remote developer2 (his/her local machine in Hawaii) <->
remote server (same as above) -> US webserver

OR

Model 2:   remote developer1 (his/her local machine in California) <->
US webserver
           remote developer2 (his/her local machine in Hawaii) <-> US
webserver

           remote developer1 (his/her local machine in California) <->
UK webserver
           remote developer2 (his/her local machine in Hawaii) <-> UK
webserver


Lastly, is there a way to set up some kind of hook on the webserver in
your example that does the "deploy-website" for me when I do the push
from my local machine? It would save the trouble of having to ssh into
the webserver to deploy.  Or is that a bad practice?  Also your link
on how to copy out the contents doesn't work for me.

Thanks again for all the help. Looking forward to more direction, and
please, anyone may chime in!

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