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I messed up the code for index.html, where do i find the original code or is there an option to revert back?
Was playing around with the code and made some errors, don't see anywhere the option to download original.
Thank you both for your comments. Ended up speaking to one of the instructors who told me the below which worked:
Just go to https://teamtreehouse.com/workspaces and delete the workspace by clicking the trashcan icon. Then relaunch workspace from the lesson
Not sure if you were working in the workspace during a lesson but usually if you just click out of the workspace and load it again it should refresh the original code. Or you can try EDIT - UNDO TYPING (command + z on a mac, control + z on windows). Hopefully, this was helpful and good luck!
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Best thing is to work in Visual Studio Code You have EMMET there, which helps you alot.