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HTML Treehouse Club: HTML Publish a Story Body, 1st level headline, and style tags

Tina Hunter
Tina Hunter
1,166 Points

Important: In each task of this code challenge, the code you write should be added to the code from the previous task.

Can you let me know how to do this or what it means to add code from a previous task?

<!DOCTYPE html>
    <meta charset="utf-8">
    <title>Once Upon a Time</title>
        h1 {text-align:left; color:green}
    <h1>Hola Amigos
    <h2>Learning to Code

    <p> This is where I talk about learnign to code html.

    <p>It's not as easy at it appears, but I hope it will become smoother with practice.



1 Answer

Steven Parker
Steven Parker
225,730 Points

You won't need to add code from a previous task.

But as you do each task, you will be adding more to what you already did in the previous task(s).

In a multi-task challenge, instead of starting over for each task, you continue working where you left off. Unless the challenge asks you specifically to change something previously done, the work you did in the other tasks will remain as-is while you add more code for each following task.

Tina Hunter
Tina Hunter
1,166 Points

Thank you Steven! For some reason I was thinking there was a previous task that I needed to open and continually add new code to! sigh of relief Thank you for saving my sanity :)