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HTML How to Make a Website Creating HTML Content Add Social Media Links

I need help on downloading files for HTML tracks program

I'm not sure what you're asking me to do.

3 Answers

Thomas Seelbinder
PLUS
Thomas Seelbinder
Courses Plus Student 1,223 Points

I do apologize, I directed you to the wrong location. Alright, so underneath the video, you should see three options

"Teachers Notes"
"Video Transcripts" "Downloads"

Select downloads & then you will see Project Files.

I am also on the trial and I can download them.

Ah!!! Thanks so much!

Are you on trial now? If you are on trial Treehouse does not let you download files I think. Please consulate with Treehouse member.

I have files under the video. [IMG]http://i57.tinypic.com/21j6ofl.png[/IMG]

I hope you can find now.

Thomas Seelbinder
PLUS
Thomas Seelbinder
Courses Plus Student 1,223 Points

Lets say you are watching the video, on the right side of that page, downward, you will see a link "Project Files" and it's a Zip file. Click that to download the file, and then extract the files to another folder.

There's nothing on the right side that says "project Files" unless I'm totally blanking it out. All I see is a box identifying the lesson I'm on, then Launch Workspace, Related Discussions and lastly Instructor.

Tommy Gebru
Tommy Gebru
30,164 Points

This may be because of the lesson page you find yourself on, not every lesson provides additional or complementary resources to the bottom and/or the right side of the lesson.