Hello,

You only have to initialize your project root, and add files in them with

git add css/main.css

Best,
Gergely


On 5 February 2013 14:34, Jamna Vyas <vyas.ja...@gmail.com> wrote:

> Hi all,
> Few days back i started to learn about git , so* i m very beginner for
> git and i never used any kind of version control before it *
> what exactly i want to do is that ----- *want to use git for tracking my
> project local* (offline)
> for this  i made my main folder/directory called "*project" *and by using
> *$git init , * i initialized it as a git repository now in *
> project directory * i made 3 sub directories or folder called
>
>    - design
>    - css
>    - images
>
> will i have to initialize other folders/directories which are in my master
> repository  ?
>
> any suggestion also for *tracking my project local* (offline) will be
> helpful for me
>
> Thanks
> Jamna
>
>
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