Now, your pull request will be rejected by GitHub.
How to fix this problem?
Run following command in Terminal to fix your PR.
git config --global push.default upstream
Now push your PR to GitHub again and it will be accepted.
These are some of the most common GitHub issues and their possible solutions. Hope you found this post helpful. If you have any other GitHub issue that is not included in this post, let us know in comments below. Stay tuned for more tutorials on GitHub.
What is GitHub?
GitHub is a software development platform that allows users to build and contribute to open source repositories. You can use it for free by cloning the repository and pushing your code to GitHub, but it also offers paid plans for developers looking to store private projects on the platform. If you're just starting out with GitHub, I recommend checking out this tutorial [link] on how to use GitHub.
Git on GitHub
Git is a version control system that helps manage changes to code as well as commit them to the repository. This can be done by adding files, deleting files, or even changing entire directories. Git essentially manages your project’s history and makes it easier for anyone else to work on the same project. It works with the idea of branching, which allows you to create a branch from the master branch and make changes in a separate environment before merging it back into the master branch.