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Build a Bot Like ChatGPT: A Step-by-Step Guide

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In my latest YouTube video, I demonstrate how to build a chatbot interface similar to ChatGPT. Named ChatBot, this project covers the entire process from structuring the HTML, styling with CSS, and implementing functionality using JavaScript. Whether you're a beginner or looking to enhance your front-end skills, this tutorial is perfect for you.

Check out the video and follow along to create your own chatbot!
ChatBot

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heyeasley 🍓🥭

Morning, I have issues in Github. I newly create repositories. I did it recently and delete them. But I don't understand why i don't find as last time "add file". It's the second time i evoke it. Can you help me ?

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Dipak Ahirav
  • Ensure that your repository was created correctly. Sometimes, the repository might not be fully initialized.

  • Go to your GitHub profile and navigate to the repositories section.

  • Verify if the repository you created is listed there.

  • If the repository is listed, click on it.

  • Check if there is an option to initialize the repository with a README or other options. If the repository is empty, the "Add file" button might not appear immediately.

  • If the repository is initialized, you should see the "Add file" button near the top of the repository page. If not, try these steps:

    • Click on the "Code" tab if you are not already there.
    • Look for the "Add file" dropdown menu near the upper right side of the file list area.
  • You can add files to your repository using Git commands. Here's how:

    • Open your terminal or Git Bash.
    • Navigate to your local repository directory.
    • Use the following commands to add and commit files:

    git init # if the repository is not already initialized
    git remote add origin
    git add . # add all files
    git commit -m "Initial commit"
    git push -u origin main # or the default branch name

  • If you still cannot see the "Add file" option, try clearing your browser cache or using a different browser.

  • Ensure you are logged in with the correct GitHub account.

Additional Tips:

Ensure you have the necessary permissions to add files to the repository if it belongs to an organization.

Verify repository settings to ensure there are no restrictions preventing file additions.

If you follow these steps and still encounter issues, please provide more details, such as screenshots or specific error messages, so I can assist you further.

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heyeasley 🍓🥭

Thank you too much for you time. I have find it in such particular way : There is a blue frame like this i'm here writing to you. It is written :
Quick setup- if you've done this kind of thing before
Then I discover carefully that there is 2 main links which are "create a new file" or upload an existing file" at bottom. This is unprecedent truely. I have another question. How do I configure READ.ME ? I see #before the name of repositories. How do I get started to write on READ.ME ?