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Lost in HTML Lesson 1 Deep Dive
HELP !!!! I got as far as saving the Notpad to ALL FILES. Can't seem to save as .html. I now have so many things going on, I need to start over, someone help me, please !!!!
Probably I did that and I checked I saved it with .html file extension and I typed hello world without any tag and it's working the text got appeared in the browser
Can you answer the question --- I'm so very lost !!!??
Love to !! Nick said -- open notepad on windows type Hello World. Then save to desktop and call it index.html. I have txt doc or all files. So I saved as all files on desktop and I can bring it up. What is throwing me is when I open google chrome, I don't know how to get a blank screen as he shows ?????
When you click at the index.html in the desktop it will not show Hello World? Or you will directly go to chrome?
When I saved it I titled it TREEHOUSE. doc; it won't let me do html, cause I don't find that extension anywhere. I did pull up google, and then opened notepad. His example shows his browser as a blank screen. Google opens with my "frequent used files ??
Then you have to select all files and type index.html
OK, did that !! as I was waiting for your answer -- now --- Nick said go to web browser, and you should see what you typed. I went there, I saw nothing !! My Google opens with my favorite websites used " So where do I see what I typed ??? In notepad or on the browser ????
Scary, I changed the index to index.html !! Then, when I open the document it was there and there is also a blank page, I think we did it !!!! Thanks !!!