Quality Assurance and Testing GitHub problem - JavaScript

I need help with this. I posted about this problem yesterday but realized I didn’t give any good explanation so I’ll give it another try.
Note: I’m still very lost with Git.

https://www.freecodecamp.org/learn/quality-assurance/quality-assurance-and-testing-with-chai/learn-how-javascript-assertions-work As you can see there are two ways to submit your solution to the challenge and I decided to do it with GitHub. So after cloning the repo and completing the first coding challenge, I guess I’m supposed to push it but I get the 403 error - unable to access. What am I doing wrong and how can I fix it?

Hello there,

I am not 100% sure what you are wanting to accomplish. Here are some points on this topic, though:

  1. You cannot push to freeCodeCamp/boilerplate-mochachai, because you are not a maintainer of the repository. If you want to push your code to your own fork of the boilerplate, then that is fine.
  2. Completing the challenges locally still requires you to start the server, and submit the app URL. Specifically, this means something like http://localhost:3000 for a locally-hosted project. The tests work by making fetch requests to your app. So, you cannot submit a link to github or just code.
  3. Certification projects cannot be submitted with locally-hosted links - the app must be publicly available.

Hope this helps

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