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Hey, my home, about, articles and contact links when clicked takes me to a page that says "your file was not found" why?

I followed all the steps to make the links go to the right place and everything, I even downloaded atom so that I would be working in the same "workspace" area as the teacher. I did notice thatI had some extra pictures, or like double of the same pictures, and weird files. Can someone please help me figure out how to fix this problem.

Gabriel Pierce-Lackey
Gabriel Pierce-Lackey
11,014 Points

If you could post your code, that would help us better help you

3 Answers

Swizel Bocarro
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Swizel Bocarro
Courses Plus Student 471 Points

This might be because your links for the pages you mentioned are not linked properly.

Make sure your Path is correct.

https://www.w3schools.com/html/html_filepaths.asp

thanks for helping guys but I saw that I had, for some reason, double files, so I deleted them form the treehouse workplace and then re-downloaded the workspace to my computer and then opened it up in atom and everything seemed to work just fine! yay! but thanks for trying to help.