Hello everyone - anyone ever experienced dealing with this type of issue? When I finished updating my python code, I did the ‘git push’ to update my repository on GitHub. I checked my repository manually on GitHub to see if updated. However it didnt update. That’s why I wasnt able to deploy code correctly for my live server after testing my staging-server - I still received two ’.has-error’ statements: (I am doing TDD book - chapter 17: https://www.obeythetestinggoat.com/book/chapter_deploying_validation.html)

Your help/feedback would be so much appreciated!

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Hi there @bdossul,

Do you get any errors when running git push?

Also have you commited your changes before running the git push command? To check that you can run:

  • git status

If there are any unstaged changes you need to run:

  • git add .

And then commit the changes with:

  • git commit -m "your_commit_message_here"

After that push your changes to the remote repository:

  • git push origin name_of_your_branch

Let me know how it goes!
Regards,
Bobby

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