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HTML How to Make a Website Responsive Web Design and Testing Adding Breakpoints for Devices

Brandy McCain
Brandy McCain
3,160 Points

All my HTML is gone!

My HTML is gone! ALL of it. Is there anyway I can get it back.!?!?! Please help!

3 Answers

Greg Kaleka
Greg Kaleka
39,018 Points

Click on the Workspaces link in the left sidebar, and see if one of your saved workspaces has it.

Brandy McCain
Brandy McCain
3,160 Points

I already did and its not there

Konrad Pilch
Konrad Pilch
2,435 Points

Hmm, you know what ? If theres nothing else to to theres only one choice , welllll.. two. You can re-write it from what you learned , like lay out your divs and classes etc.. and then check it out with the video. Practice makes it perfect but its never enough ^^ Learning eternity .

Karel Dries
Karel Dries
1,202 Points

You can download the project files from the Downloads section under the video and upload them or copy paste the code from the project files into the empty files in your workspace.