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Bella BradburyWeb Development Techdegree Student 12,629 Points
I'm not seeing the same problem on my end, but I suspect it's because you figured it out yourself and continued on with the lesson. Great job problem solving!
Steven Parker218,596 Points
In the video, a file named "resume.html" is created, but there is no file by that name in this workspace. However, there is a "profile.css" that has somewhat similar contents to the video, so I expect that's the one you are working on.
More importantly, the file the browser displays initially in the preview is "index.html", and it currently has no hyperlinks to the other file; so you won't see this other file at all unless you attach "/profile.html" to the end of what appears in your browser's address bar. If you do that, you'll see the other page including the random image from placeimg.com.
You'll still need to reference your CSS file and add a few rules to it, but this should get you back on track.