Commit 9f5f9e42 authored by Maximilian Heymann's avatar Maximilian Heymann
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We makes it prettier

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## Forking the project
As regular users don't have file editing permissions in the main repository, you should create a fork - your own copy of the repository - to make changes.
Those changes/additions can later be added into the main repository via **Merge Requests**.
As regular users don't have file editing permissions in the main repository, you should create a fork - your own copy of the repository - to make changes.
Those changes/additions can later be added into the main repository via **Merge Requests**.
To fork the repository, go to the [main one](https://git.travitia.xyz/Kenvyra/idlerpg-guide) and find the button labelled "Fork" toward the top right.
Once you click it, you'll be prompted to select a "namespace".
Simply select your user account, and GitLab will create a fork of the repository for you.
To fork the repository, go to the [main one](https://git.travitia.xyz/Kenvyra/idlerpg-guide) and find the button labelled "Fork" toward the top right.
Once you click it, you'll be prompted to select a "namespace".
Simply select your user account, and GitLab will create a fork of the repository for you.
This could take a minute or two.
From here, you have two options:
1. Using the Web Editor
- This is usually not as ressource intensive but makes editing files a bit slower
- Editing more than one file at once is also not possible, requiring multiple commits
- This is usually not as ressource intensive but makes editing files a bit slower
- Editing more than one file at once is also not possible, requiring multiple commits
2. Using the Web IDE
- IDE stands for _integrated development environment_
- The IDE requires more ressources, but is also a more powerful tool
- With the IDE, you can preview formatted Markdown right as you write it
- IDE stands for _integrated development environment_
- The IDE requires more ressources, but is also a more powerful tool
- With the IDE, you can preview formatted Markdown right as you write it
For a sense of completion, I will cover both methods here.
> Note: The following steps are all performed in the [main repository](https://git.travitia.xyz/Kenvyra/idlerpg-guide). Find and edit the files there, GitLab will automatically figure out the rest. This will make creating merge requests much easier.
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Once you're on the Merge Request screen, you'll see a title and a description field. Make sure to fill in the title field with a short message of what you changed. The description _could_ include your name (so we can add you to the book authors) among other details.
If that's filled in, hit "Submit Merge Request". From this point on, it's our responsibility to quality check and merge the request. This will add the code to the main repository and update the actual guidebook online.
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If that's filled in, hit "Submit Merge Request". From this point on, it's our responsibility to quality check and merge the request. This will add the code to the main repository and update the actual guidebook online.
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