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CSS CSS Layout Techniques Display Modes Block vs. Inline Elements

Jonathan Leon
Jonathan Leon
18,813 Points

ctrl+shift+w ? closes workspace lmao

How guil does that?

I think this course was recorded before workspaces was implemented on treehouse. I think he uses Sublime Text as an editor in which this shortcut works.

Amanda Jackson
Amanda Jackson
6,161 Points

I'm using Sublime Text for this course, and I had the same problem. FYI, if using Sublime Text on a Windows OS, use Alt-Shift-W to wrap content in a tag. I believe Ctrl-Shift-W is for Mac users. Not sure if Workspaces has a shortcut for this.