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HTML How to Make a Website Adding Pages to a Website Add a New Page

my header colors disappeared and I don't know where to start to troubleshoot my code.

I s there a master code sheet I could use to compare mine to? Or do I need to start over from square one? https://w.trhou.se/45heac4vzh

3 Answers

Steven Parker
Steven Parker
216,000 Points

Which colors are missing?

I tried the preview using your snapshot, and the header appears in two shades of green. Do you see something else, or am I not understanding what's missing?

And good job on making the snapshot .. that helps a lot with the analysis. :+1:

Wow. The col r IS there, from the snapshot; but when I refresh the page from workspace, it's not there. Thanks for looking at it and getting back to me

Dude, I genuinely appreciate you trying to help. I wouldn't know how to downvote if I wanted to. I'm relatively technophobic and the last thing I want to do is antagonize you or anyone else on this site.

Steven Parker
Steven Parker
216,000 Points

To be clear, Mike, I didn't think you had done the downvoting, my comment was to whoever did it. And FYI you upvote/downvote by clicking on those little chevrons that are over and under the number on the right side of the answer. That's not as important as knowing how to choose a "best answer", which you obviously have mastered. :wink:

But it does seem a bit funny for someone studying HTML to describe themselves as "technophobic" :laughing: