Stackbit automatically deploys your site using the default deployment and hosting methods. You can still deploy your code to your own Netlify account. Learn more about Stackbit's deployment options.

Let's take a look at how you can deploy a site created with Stackbit to a Netlify project that you own.

Transfer GitHub Repo

If you haven't done so already, you'll want to transfer the code to your GitHub account.

Create Netlify Project

Once you have the code in your GitHub account, sign into Netlify and choose to import an existing project.

Import Netlify Site

Choose GitHub as the source for your project.

Choose Git Provider

Locate and click on the project you want to import.

You'll then be taken to a screen where you can choose some settings for the project. Most of the build settings should be fine to leave as is.

Stackbit has already configured a netlify.toml file with the appropriate build settings for Netlify.

Netlify Import Settings

Now just wait for the project to deploy and your Stackbit site is now live!

Using Stackbit's Forms

If you are using Stackbit's default form submission, you'll want to follow this guide to get forms working on your site.