So what I’m doing is editing my header md file, and pushing the changes through Powershell CLI. These changes appear to be coming through the GitHubPages site: https://mattnewtonian.github.io/markdown-portfolio/.
HOWEVER, I cannot navigate to the next step in the tutorial. This is where I’m stuck: https://github.com/MattNewtonian/markdown-portfolio/pull/2
Can anyone please advise? Thanks so much!
There needs to be a space between the last
# and the header text. If you look at markdown-portfolio/01-name.md at f0bd731ef905e4ded09a790560fb69a4fdc5634f · MattNewtonian/markdown-portfolio · GitHub you’ll see the headers aren’t recognized by the markdown renderer either.
That’s correct. But now I keep trying to edit this file with the workflow shown in the tutorial, so each time I need to do “git add …” and “git commit”, followed by “git push”. But it seems to not be recognizing my changes.
Here’s a photo of my workflow. Can you identify any problems? Thank you!
Looks like the file has been pushed successfully to the
add-headers branch, as the output of the first
git push command in your screenshot shows:
Is that where you want it? Or should it be on another branch?
Thank you for your reply and clarifying that I’m on the wrong branch. So I see that this is working right on the add-headers branch, so it needs to be pushed to main, correct? But when trying to merge it to the main branch, I get the following errors:
At least 1 approving review is required by reviewers with write access.
Merging is blocked
Merging can be performed automatically with 1 approving review.
Is this normal?
Requiring reviews before merging is a repository option. I assume it was enabled by the bot so it can steer merging (that’s what I saw in other courses).
You can disable that restriction in the repository settings (see About protected branches - GitHub Docs), but if you haven’t finished the course yet it might be better to do that first – I’m not sure if the bot would get confused otherwise.
I see. Well, I still can’t get this to work and don’t understand what I’m doing wrong. Every. f*cking. time with this Git business…
I fixed it by disabling that feature and now the tutorial is broken. You were right. Another hour wasted trying to learn this nonsense…
The instructions here don’t even make sense…