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if you have problems in Windows renaming your htaccess.txt file to .htaccess as shown in the video

Windows 10 did not let me rename htaccess.txt file to .htaccess as shown in Hampton's video. I got the the message "You must type a file name." If you are experiencing the same problem, there are ways around it.

  1. Open htaccess.txt in your preferred text editor and select "Save As". Type in .htaccess

  2. Rename the file using Windows command line or Shell: rename fullpathtoyourhtaccessfile\htaccess.txt .htaccess

Both solutions worked for me. P.S. I forgot to mention that I was working locally and NOT in Treehouse Workspace.

Thank you for posting this info! I've got the same problem and you helped me a lot!