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General Discussion

Ben Attenborough
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Ben Attenborough
Front End Web Development Techdegree Graduate 32,769 Points

Code challenge suggestion

It would be nice if once a code challenged is passed we could still see the code and the preview and continue to play around it, instead of getting the challenge complete pop-up and being whisked away to the next question. An option to go on when ready would be preferable so we could have time to muse over the code and play with it.

Ben, I wanted to provide an update. You can get back to your code with the Esc key. Give that a try and see if it works for you.

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Hi Ben, that's a nice suggestion. I've had instances of this scenario as well. Thanks for sharing this.

Ben Attenborough
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Ben Attenborough
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Thanks for the update, yes that works, however it would be a better user experience if there was a button instead of using the esc key - which isn't obvious.

Thanks for haring this, hope you had a nice Christmas!