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Delete A Repository In Github


  1. Navigate to URL -
  2. Enter your credentials and login.
  3. Click on ‘Your repositories’.
  4. Picture showing the Your Repositories option in the profile menu
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  5. List of your repositories will appear
  6. Click on the repository name
  7. Picture showing the list of repositories belong to the logged in user
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  8. In the detail screen, click on ‘Settings’ button.
  9. Picture showing the settings option in the particular repository
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  10. In the settings screen, scroll at the bottom of screen and click on ‘delete this repository’ in ‘Danger Zone’ section.
  11. Picture showing Delete the Repository button in the settings screen
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  12. A popup will appear where you have to enter the repository name again.
  13. Enter the repository name and click on ‘I understand the consequences, delete this repository’ button.
  14. Picture showing the confirmation message for repository deletion
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  15. Once you click on the button, it will ask for the password.
  16. Picture showing the screen for entering password to authenticate the user before the deletion of repository
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  17. Enter your password and click on ‘Confirm password’ button.

Posted By  -  Karan Gupta
Posted On  -  Monday, August 26, 2019


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