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I've been over everything multiple but my preview does not match the one on the video. Can someone check over my work?

Are all my text correct? Am I missing something?

Can you post your code here so we can see please?

Oh yea, haha.

Now how do I do that~?

Jason Anders
Jason Anders
Treehouse Moderator 145,704 Points

Posting code can be done a few ways.

You can read Dave's post on posting directly in the forum. Or, Andrew's post on Workspace Snapshots.

:)

https://w.trhou.se/tapr5zenq0 I am starting to believe that it is the website because sometimes I will click the preview and it will display my work and other times it would display nothing. And again other times it would display my work from 3 lessons ago.

2 Answers

Pablo Rocha
Pablo Rocha
10,142 Points

Hi Humberto,

You probably have figured this out already, but based on the HTML you have posted at the link you provided (https://w.trhou.se/tapr5zenq0) you are missing the closing double quote in the meta tag charset attribute

  <head>
    <meta charset="utf-8"> <!-- This is correct, you had <meta charset="utf-8> -->
    <title>Humberto|Designer</title>
  </head>
Jason Anders
MOD
Jason Anders
Treehouse Moderator 145,704 Points

Looking at your snapshot, you seem to be missing code and files. The only think I can recommend is to go into your workspaces (the bottom icon in the left-side nav bar that has <>) and delete the workspace. Yes, you will lose the work you've done up to this point, but it seems that the work is already gone.

Relaunch the fist video of that section you are in and then click in the bottom-right of the video screen to "Launch Workspace."

If you do this without deleting the old Workspace, it will just load the one you already have. If it's deleted, then it will load a new one with all the files needed for the course.

I hope this help. I'm not sure what happened with your workspace, and I hope you don't lose too much of your own work with this process.

:)

Thanks bro. I'll just start from scratch then. Nothing wrong with getting more practice lol