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

Masa Suzuki
Masa Suzuki
1,307 Points

I dragged the normalize css file into the file tree area in the space , but it won't upload to my workspace..

I am struggling with this .

Alexandre Babeanu
Alexandre Babeanu
10,946 Points

try to copy and paste.

Create a new file in your workspace called normalize.css and then copy and paste the code inside it.

1 Answer

If drag-and-drop doesn't work, you can also right-click in any blank area in the File Tree and select "Upload". This is the alternative way to upload files :smile:

I hope this helps. ;)

Good luck! ~Alex

Masa Suzuki
Masa Suzuki
1,307 Points

Hi Alexander. I did it as you said and it worked . Thank you very much !!

Masa