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Lori Smith
Lori Smith
1,409 Points

Code from Front End Dev track

Is there a resource on Treehouse that will give me all the correct code from the Front End Dev track (html and css)? I'm trying to resolve some issues I have and want to compare my modified code to the final full website code from the track. Thanks!

8 Answers

I just downloaded the files from this video. There are two folders, css and img. There are three files in the zip folder that are outside the folders: about.html, contact.html, and index.html. If you do not see those, try downloading them again.

Lori Smith
Lori Smith
1,409 Points

Yes, I have those but nowhere in those folders or files is the actual HTML coding.

Rich Donnellan
Rich Donnellan
Treehouse Moderator 27,684 Points

I also downloaded per the link and can confirm that the .html files do in fact have the necessary code.

Lori Smith
Lori Smith
1,409 Points

Ugh, okay. I was just looking at the landing page when opening the index.html. Lightbulb to use developer tool. Embarrassing newbie moment #1 -- more to come. Thanks, Ted and Rich for your infinite patience.

Rich Donnellan
Rich Donnellan
Treehouse Moderator 27,684 Points

Don't sweat it! Glad you got what you needed even after doing all that tedious work!

Lori Smith
Lori Smith
1,409 Points

It was actually probably a good, albeit accelerated, review for me. Tedious exercise but not without some gain.

Rich Donnellan
MOD
Rich Donnellan
Treehouse Moderator 27,684 Points

As Ted touched on, there is a Project Files .zip in the Downloads portion at the end of each course section.

You can jump forward to the last videos and download the code from there. You may have to do it in the library, not a track.

Lori Smith
Lori Smith
1,409 Points

Thanks, Ted. That only works if you haven't altered the original code that was used on the track. If you go to the library and find the portion of the track you completed (in my case, how to make a website) and click on it, it will take you to the track. I was hoping there was some repository for all of the original code, not my reworking of it that appears on my workspace. Right now I'm racing through the lessons and making screenshots of the code to compare to mine but hoping there was a better way.

Lori Smith
Lori Smith
1,409 Points

Hmmm...okay. I found the zip files in the download but all I'm finding is the CSS and image files. Nothing for html.

That is odd. The file should be complete.

I raced through much of the early course work and I regret not spending more time now. I am constantly having to go back and rewatch videos and picking up things I should have learned the first time. I recommend slowing down some unless there is a compelling reason to go fast.

Lori Smith
Lori Smith
1,409 Points

Ted, I should clarify: I took things slowly (or normal-paced) when I was taking the class. It is just that I was racing through them to find the actual code to get screen shots of it. Although it was tedious, I think I got it all. What I should have done and would recommend anybody do, is to pause and work with the code you just learned on a project. I would do that at least weekly if not more often. Sitting there going through the classes, even taking notes and doing the code in Workspaces isn't enough. You have to use it somewhere else repeatedly for it to kick in.

did you know you can get your old workspaces if you have not deleted them?

Lori Smith
Lori Smith
1,409 Points

Yes, and I have those files. But they aren't the original code that Nick taught. I played around with what he taught and that's the code in Workspaces now.

Lori Smith
Lori Smith
1,409 Points

I think I figured out what the issue may be. Could it be that because I have a basic membership, all the downloads aren't available to me?

No. I had a basic membership until I was made a moderator and had access to them. What is the link to the course?

Lori Smith
Lori Smith
1,409 Points

Here's the link to one of the last lessons. When I go to the downloads and get the zip file, there's CSS and images, but no html. https://teamtreehouse.com/library/how-to-make-a-website/responsive-web-design-and-testing/adjust-the-profile-page-and-header