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HTML HTML Basics Getting Started with HTML Global Structure of an HTML Document

Creating my own file??

I am trying to create my own file and gave it a name(lina.html); I used the same major code in the lessons. I created a file called lina.html when I want to view the file; I did not see anything; I only saw the file we created in the lesson which is Experience VR?

Why is that happening?

1 Answer

Steven Parker
Steven Parker
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To see a file other than the default, you need to add the filename to the address in your browser, after a slash. In other words, go to the address bar and leave what is there but at the end add "/lina.html" (without the quotes) and hit "enter" to go to your new page.