Limit resourceful routes to used actions By default, a `resource` or `resources` call in the routes will create routes for all 7 of the standard rails actions. Most of the resources here do not use all of those actions, and allowing all of the routes to exist can lead to much confusion. For instance, consider the following: ```ruby resources :user class UsersController def index @users = User.all end end ``` That looks like the controller only supports `index`, but we can't actually be certain by only looking at the controller. If an action is dispatched to a controller, but no action method exists for that action rails will still try to render the template that corresponds to the action name. So, in this case, if we send the `show` action to that controller the action will still work if there's a `users/show` template in the views directory. This is a bad practice because it's confusing Because of this I had to look through the controllers *and* the views directory to see which actions were actually renderable. Some of the views that existed without corresponding controller action methods seemed like they might be boilerplate or not actually in use, but to limit the possibility of something going wrong, I included those actions as routable.