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General Discussion

How can I start front end web development lesson over and clear my workspace to do so.

I haven't worked on my front end development lesson in at least a month. Ive lost my place and would like to clear my workspace and start the entire thing over from scratch. Is this possible?

2 Answers

Ricky Catron
Ricky Catron
13,023 Points

Of course! You can go into the settings on the right side of the workspace and select delete workspace. They simply go back to the lesson you were on, create a new workspace (some provided a premade workspace for you and will talk about it in the course) and get back to work!

Goodluck! --Ricky

Taylor Zelaya
Taylor Zelaya
5,385 Points

Ricky, I've been trying to delete a workspace I accidentally created (whose existence is just driving me mad). I don't see any Settings button on the right side of the workspace. I have the Preview button and, to its left, some button that allows me to "fork" the workspace. (I don't know what that means.)

Can you tell me where this supposed Settings button/link/menu is? I'd really appreciate it.

Taylor Zelaya
Taylor Zelaya
5,385 Points

Oh, goodness gracious. I just found it. I was inside a lesson trying to delete the workspace. Silly me.

Thanks anyway, Ricky!

Ricky Catron
Ricky Catron
13,023 Points

Sorry I didn't get here in time. Glad you found it!

Goodluck! --Ricky

Thank you Ricky. I got it.