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I inserted the link element into my html file, but when I refreshed my index page, I did not see any changes. There should have been slight changes. Did I do something wrong? Thanks!

7 Answers

The hyperlink element looks like this:

<a href = "url">Text displayed</a>

But if you mean links that have to do with attaching CSS files to the HTML files, you shouldn't see anything.

Ok. I had this problem too. The way I fixed it is by changing the hyperlink, like this:


So the whole link looked like this (for me):

<link rel="stylesheet" href="css/normalize.css" type="text/css" media="screen"/>

(the slash at the end of the link tag is optional).

Did you put the link between the two <head></head> tags? Is the link in the format below? '''html <link rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" href="path/to/your/file"> ''' You also need to make sure that the path to the style sheet is correct.

I inserted <link rel="stylesheet" href="css/normalize.css" type="text/css" media="screen"> below the title on my index page. It didn't change the font as I expected. I am doing a project for the CSS reset course. The instructor inserted the same link under the title on his page and it updated his page with a different font.

I changed the hyperlink reference to "normalize.css"

I tried it, but it did not work. I may have to start over because I could have messed up somewhere when created the layout. Thanks for your help.

It didn't work? OK... Well, you're welcome.