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- Go to FreeCodeCamp’s GitHub Issues page and click on
- Have a useful title
- Write a meaningful title that describes the issue. Some good examples are
Logging in from the News and Field Guide pages doesn't redirect properly (using e-mail)and
Typo: "for" instead of "while" loop; bad examples include
A bug, HELP!!!11and
I found this bug in a Challenge.
- Keep the title relatively short, the description is for further information. One example is to shorten long Challenge names, so instead of writing
Test case bug in 'Challenge: Check Radio Buttons and Checkboxes by Default', you might want to write
Test case bug in 'Radio Buttons' Challenge.
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- Describe the problem and provide steps so that a developer can try to replicate the issue. Include your operating system and browser version.
- When referencing other issues or pull requests, simply write #issue/pr-number.
- Paste in any relevant code using proper Code Formatting
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