So, this is strictly a semantic matter, but as a software developer I prefer the term "better practices." Different people, different teams, different organizations are all starting from different places and working within different constraints. When someone says "best practice," there's often the implication that everyone should be doing things that way, and there's no consideration for how far apart from that someone is starting, or what challenges may hinder them from getting there. It's also a literal statement that there will never be a better way of doing things with an implication that you know every different way that anyone is doing everything, and none of them is even equal to what you're suggesting.
I understand most people don't intend to throw all that baggage at someone when giving "best practice" advice but often a little cry for help ends up with a pile on of people telling someone what an asshole they are for not having already done something differently. Or at least that's how it feels like to the person who's asking for help.
As a newbie, trust me, I also understand that we ask the wrong questions. We get into trouble so vast and have no clue about the things we've already done wrong or the opportunities we had to do course corrections but didn't, because we don't have that level of experience yet. I know we are frustrating.
I also understand there are people here who have been trying to help us newbies out for maybe 20 years or more, and it gets old saying the same things over and over again. It gets old documenting demonstrated solutions and having people ignore all that effort.
So, enough empathy soapbox bullshit...
Maybe, consider your audience when asking questions or giving advice. When asking questions, give enough information about what's going on and how you got there, and for goodness sake include pictures. When offering advice, consider whether your advice is more suitable to someone who's also been doing this 20+ years, or someone who's only been doing this 3 months, or whatever.
All I know is it's time for my 2nd cup of coffee.
Flame on if you want.