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HTML How to Make a Website Creating HTML Content Include External CSS

How do you get deleted work back?

I accidently deleted all of my work I've done using html. Can you get it back?

2 Answers

Becky Steele
Becky Steele
16,229 Points

Do you mean you've deleted all your work while following the courses, or all your work on your own project?

If it's your own project, do you keep a Github?

I deleted it following the courses.

Matt Trask
Matt Trask
10,027 Points

did you delete it in the text editor? if so, you can do on windows ctrl+z or cmd-z depending on your OS. If you deleted the files on your machine, look in trash bin. If you lost them forever, its time to get about git and version control.

It's not in the recycle bin and I didn't delete something in the text editor, so I guess I have to use about git.