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HTML HTML Basics Images, Text and Links Understanding File Paths

Peter Guggemos
Peter Guggemos
435 Points

I cant connected my new folder articles. it show always Not Found. Why?

<article> <h3>How Schools Use Virtual Reality to Improve Education</h3> <p>Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit. Vivamus ultrices euismod turpis eget porta. Etiam nulla massa, pretium et massa nec, ornare dignissim nisi.</p> <a href="articles/article.html">Read more</a> </article>

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    <h3>The Advantages of VR simulation</h3>
    <p>Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit. Vivamus ultrices euismod turpis eget porta. Etiam nulla massa, pretium et massa nec, ornare dignissim nisi.</p>
    <a href="articles/article.html">Read more</a>
   </article>
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1 Answer

Jason Larson
Jason Larson
7,174 Points

Your HTML looks correct, so then I have to assume it is an issue with your file structure. Be sure that you created a new folder that is named "articles". This is case sensitive, so if you made the folder "Articles" or "ARTICLES", it's not going to be able to find it. Also, make sure that you moved the file "article.html" inside the new folder. If it's still in the root folder, the anchor tag is not going to be able to find it.