On this page, if you scroll to the bottom, it says you can go to ask.replit.com. However, the text is later followed by
Go to Ask Replit not
Go to Replit Ask.
It should say ‘Replit Ask’.
It says ‘Ask Replit’.
Steps to reproduce:
https://replit.com/learn/intro-to-postgresql/hub. Scroll to the bottom.
Look at the Ask link, it says ‘Ask Replit’ not ‘Replit Ask’
Bug appears at this link:
Browser: Google Chrome
Device (Android, iOS, NA leave blank): Android
Desktop app version (Avatar menu->“Version”) or NA: NA
Plan (Free, Replit Core): Free
Not really a bug. This forum is often called “Ask Replit” as that’s the order the url is, ask.replit.
Well, the url
.replit.com is the subdomain, and
ask is to specify which one. You don’t call Replit Docs
Docs Replit just because the url is
docs.replit.com. Same for Replit Blog (not Blog Replit).
One could argue that “Ask Replit” is better because “ask” is a verb and “Replit Ask” suggests that it is a noun.
In your given examples, the other word is instead a noun, so it is indeed clearer to put it last.
Well yes but now all offical stuff says Ask forum not Ask Replit.
Docs is not a verb.
Ask is, suggesting an imperative “Ask us!” Just as NuclearPasta0 is saying:
The forum kinda
is a noun, but
Ask Replit is more of a call-to-action.
Go to Ask Replit
This could also be interpreted as “Go ask Replit”, further indicating the command form of it
Yes, the dual meaning. I was thinking that too.