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Local -> Bitbucket -> SiteGround

Hi there,

I'd like to do the following, but am a little unsure how to start. So, I have a local working copy of a site on my Mac. Migrated there using WP Migrate DB Pro. I have a Bitbucket account obviously, a .gitignore file so I'm only tracking custom plugin & theme code - nothing else.
I can push to Bitbucket no problem (I'm using Tower as my GIT GUI) but my question is - how do I go from Bitbucket to SiteGround?

I'm running a Cloud VPS there, so have many sites in their own directories. I have created SSH keys for all cPanels under my account (some sites warrant their own).

Yes, SiteGround do have a GIT tool, but from my understanding it creates the repo from the entire wp-content directory, which isn't what I want.

I essentially just want a way to deploy from Bitbucket to SiteGround, I am reasonably confident I have the local -> Bitbucket part of the equation sorted.

Can anyone offer any advice? I have put in a support request to SiteGround as well, so if they come back with a good, workable solution, I'll post it here.

Many thanks,

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@aotearoa-web-design  did you ever find a solution for this?

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Gonchik Tsymzhitov
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Jan 08, 2021

It's easy to make on git level.

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