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HTML HTML Basics Getting Started with HTML Global Structure of an HTML Document

Scott Nichols
Scott Nichols
2,365 Points

If I don't use Launch Workspace, how do I create my own document, save it and recall it later?

If I go into Chrome, there's an orange icon next to the entry line titled start web maker. When I save the file and try to access it later nothing shows up. Where is the file that get displayed and how do I get the computer to access it?

2 Answers

Bethany Cooksey
Bethany Cooksey
14,242 Points

That's so cool you're using Web Maker! I'm assuming you're talking about the Chrome extension. :)

To access your files later, just go to the top right of Web Maker and click the "open" button. open button open button expanded

If you'd prefer to save it to your computer, just go down to the "save as html file" button. save button Then you can search for it on your computer and double-click on it to preview it in Chrome.

Antonio De Rose
Antonio De Rose
20,878 Points

Launch workspace, then go file, download workspace, save it into your setup, and all yours.