npm website footer links to GitHub issues, not the bugs topic in npm dot community


(Jessica Stokes) #1

What I Wanted to Do

Report a bug. I clicked the “website issues” link in the footer. I was taken to GitHub and expected to be able to open an issue.

What Happened Instead

I was taken to GitHub where I was told by a banner that the repository was archived and issues could not be created. I had to go to the repo homepage to discover that this is now the place to post issues.

Reproduction Steps

Go to any page on https://www.npmjs.com and scroll to the bottom, click the “website issues” link.

Details

That’s really all there is to it

Platform Info

Not really applicable folks


(Kat Marchán) #2

Ahh, yes, we’re still missing a few bits. On top of that link, this also applies to:

  • CLI Issues link in the footer
  • The links on the right hand side in https://www.npmjs.com/support should be updated to just point to npm.community.

It might be nice to merge the “CLI Issues” and “Website Issues” footers (along with the links in the support page) with just a link to npm.community.


(Kat Marchán) #3

Update: I’ve submitted a PR fixing these to our internal website team. It should be live once it’s merged+deployed. Thanks for pointing these out! lmk if you find any others. There’s so many stragglers.

Another update: It’s been deployed! The links have been updated on both pages now.


(system) #4

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