Please note that students who join our free Coding Bootcamp Prep course after September 4th, 2018, will not have to worry about GitHub.com. We will teach you more about the platform and its usability as you join us in our paid programs.
First, let's make sure you have SSH access to GitHub. Use this link (https://help.github.com/articles/testing-your-ssh-connection/) to check. If you do NOT have SSH access to GitHub, check out this article first: /workflow/github/add-ssh-key-to-github
You can check what type of URL you are currently using by typing in
git remote -v into your terminal while you are in the lab directory:
// ♥ git remote -vorigin https://github.com//basic-sinatra-forms-lab-v-000.git (fetch)origin https://github.com//basic-sinatra-forms-lab-v-000.git (push)
If the links show
origin https... then you are using an HTTPS link. If the links come back with
origin firstname.lastname@example.org... then you are already using SSH.
If you're links are currently set to HTTPS, you'll need to change it to SSH to properly submit the lab. To do this, open up the lab in GitHub. Click on the 'Clone or Download' button in the top right. Make sure you select the SSH link, and then click the clipboard icon to copy the link to your clipboard (this is the same as highlighting the whole link and selecting copy).
Now go back to your lab directory in the terminal and type in
git remote set-url origin <copy-link-here>. This will set the link for the GitHub origin!