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Account and profile / Profiles /

Customizing your profile

picture and adding a bio to your profile. Managing your profile README You can add a README to your GitHub profile to tell other people about yourself. Pinning

GitHub Education / GitHub Classroom / Integrate with an IDE /

Repl.it with GitHub Classroom

the Replit icon on the assignment README will no longer work. We suggest you remove the instructions from any README using the integration and let students

GitHub Pages / Set up site with Jekyll /

Adding a theme to your GitHub Pages site using Jekyll

THEME-NAME, replacing THEME-NAME with the name of the theme as shown in the README of the theme's repository. Click Commit changes... In the "Commit message"

Repositories / Manage repository settings / Customize your repository /

Licensing a repository

projects include information about their license in their README. For example, a project's README may include a note saying "This project is licensed

REST API /

REST API endpoints for repositories

Create or update file contents Delete a file Get a repository README Get a repository README for a directory Download a repository archive (tar) Download

Pull requests / Commit changes to your project / Create & edit commits /

Changing a commit message

similar to the following: pick e499d89 Delete CNAME pick 0c39034 Better README pick f7fde4a Change the commit message but push the same commit. # Rebase

Account and profile /

Setting up and managing your GitHub profile

organization's profile Personalizing your profile Managing your profile README Pinning items to your profile Setting your profile to private Managing contribution

Migrations / Import source code / Command line /

Adding locally hosted code to GitHub

on GitHub.com. To avoid errors, do not initialize the new repository with README, license, or gitignore files. You can add these files after your project

Repositories / Archive a repository /

Archiving repositories

recommend that you close all issues and pull requests, as well as update the README file and description, before you archive a repository. Once a repository

GitHub Issues / Projects / Automating projects /

Using the API to manage Projects

true to make your project public on GitHub. Modify readme to make changes to your project's README. curl --request POST \ --url https://api.github.com/graphql