A bug is typically some kind of glitch, flaw, or error in the code that causes an outcome that is different than what is intended by the software design. This basically just means that something is not working the way it was designed to. Keep in mind that a bug is not the same thing as a virus despite the similarity in medical terminology. Avoid leaving comments that that don't include all the information listed below.
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What to Do
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Please include the following information if reporting a bug:
The URL of the site or page where you encountered the problem.
Your web browser and operating system you used when you discovered the bug.
As much detail as possible (what, where, how, why, when?)
And answer the following questions in your post:
What were you doing right before the problem?
Describe what you saw when the problem happened.
Describe any error messages you received.
What were you expecting to happen?
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