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Alex Forseth8,017 Points
How do I view the .png file in my browser if I am using a text editor that is not launch workspace?
I can not personally see the preview of what he wants the end product to be, because he is using the png file to launch the workspace.
Steven Parker228,105 Points
A pure text editor would not be able to display images. The workspaces also act as web servers to allow your browser to connect and display the contents.
There are special editors which simulate web displays (such as Code, Brackets, and Atom), If you're using one of those you must be sure to download image (and other) resources and place them in a folder structure similar to the one in the workspace.
Mark Newcomb2,770 Points
What I did was hit preview which opens up a **.treehouse-app.com link. On a hunch, I figured the png file would be at /best-city-guide.png and lo and behold, there it was. So it would be **.treehouse-app.com/best-city-guide.png. Hope that helps!