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Hey guys i recently downloaded Atom. I got the files running and when i try to view my work in the browser i have no clue how to get it to preview. If anyone knows how i would really appreciate it. Thank you/
Hey Fredy, it's awesome you are working from Atom, it's a fantastic text editor. What I would suggest is copy and pasting the contents of index.html file from workspace into your own index.html file and also do the same with the object.js file. Make sure your file structure on your computer is the same as what's work spaces. Once you have done that you should be able to open index.html in any browser. Remember every time you make a change in your HTML, CSS, or JS you will have to refresh the browser tab for those updates to run. Also if you have any console.logs in your JS it will show up in the browsers console.