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Emphasize file names #5608
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Tutorial edit: Before people copy and past code, make sure they know WHERE to paste it. People often miss the name of the file or directory where the code is supposed to go.
Emphasize file names
May 30, 2018
Oh man, @tulikavijay and @Aloysb I apologize for the late response! Yes, this is still available. It would be useful to make the name of each file where people are supposed to paste their code more emphasized (probably a level 4 header, or at least bold or something). I've noticed that people often paste their code into the wrong place! I'm open to other ideas of how to solve this problem, too!
@shannonbux Ok, I tried to do a PR on this issue but I don't know if I am doing this right (I am new to this). Help would be welcomed! :)
I tried to do the PR to the V1 branch as asked for modifications to docs, but I had 700+ commits, mostly other people's work... So I thought something is wrong! To "master", only my changes appeared, so I did the PR to Master. I hope I am not creating a mess here!
There it is:
Hi @Aloysb yes, it is a bit confusing right now because we have v1 and master versions of the docs! Apologies for the difficulty that creates. I did the exact same thing the other day: I wrote a blogpost and when I tried to merge it into v1, I also had 700+ conflicts with the v1 branch because I had already updated my local version of Gatsby to master. So I just merged the PR to master and then @m-allanson "cherry picked" or just copied the blogpost over to v1 so that it could reside in both branches. Hopefully this will get less confusing pretty soon :)