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HTML Adding Changes to a Project on GitHub

Matt Bingham
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Matt Bingham
Front End Web Development Techdegree Student 2,664 Points

Github not syncing DT with Web

I'm trying to update my project for submission, but for some reason files are not syncing. I can't figure out what the problem is. I have a file called '.DS_Store' that has the text showing 'This binary file has changed' which I have no idea what this file is or why this text shows up. Very frustrated.

1 Answer

.DS_store files are a Mac specific file and can be ignored from your entire Git project. I typically ignore them on a global level. As far as your syncing issue, are you adding the changed files, and commiting the changes, and then pushing upstream to your origin location (Github)?