On GitHub, you can create, edit, move, and delete files in a repository.
Navigating code on GitHub→
You can understand the relationships within and across repositories by navigating code directly in GitHub.
Creating new files→
You can create new files directly on GitHub in any repository you have write access to.
Adding a file to a repository→
You can upload and commit an existing file to a GitHub repository. Drag and drop a file to any directory in the file tree, or upload files from the repository's main page.
Moving a file to a new location→
When editing a file, you can choose to move it anywhere within your repository, even if the directory doesn't exist.
Editing files in your repository→
You can edit files directly on GitHub in any of your repositories using the file editor.
Editing files in another user's repository→
When you edit a file in another user's repository, we'll automatically fork the repository and open a pull request for you.
Tracking changes in a file→
You can trace changes to lines in a file and discover how parts of the file evolved over time.
You can delete any file within your repositories on GitHub.
Renaming a file→
You can rename any file in your repositories directly in GitHub. Renaming a file also gives you the opportunity to move the file to a new location.
Getting permanent links to files→
When viewing a file on GitHub, you can press the "y" key to update the URL to a permalink to the exact version of the file you see.