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Always get original headline on preview

Whenever I do a preview my workspace I always get My Name even though the initial <h1>My name</h1> code no longer exists

10 Answers

I started a new project workspace from scratch and all works ok. Thanks for your time.

I restarted and all works ok. Thanks for your time.

I can't find <h1>My Name</h1> anywhere

I can't find '''html <h1>My Name</h1> anywhere

I can't find '''html <h1>My Name</h1> ''' anywhere

I can't find ```html <h1>My Name</h1>

 anywhere in the code

aren't you meant to build it by your self?

Natasha McDiarmid
Natasha McDiarmid
11,400 Points

Are you hitting command + s to save the file first before previewing? Try that.

I'm following the on line tutorial and am hitting Ctrl S and also use File-Save

Natasha McDiarmid
Natasha McDiarmid
11,400 Points

Hmm.. try command + S not control + S

I am using Windows and have to use Ctrl-S. If I download my workspace locally it displays ok.