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

Photos aren't showing up

Neither the photos I uploaded early on in the course nor my personal photographs are showing up on the page.

Everything else is on the page except the photos.

Please, help.

It would be very helpful if you would share your workspace via the workspace snapshot button so that we can view all of the current code you have.

Donnie, that option didn't show up. How do I share my workspace?

In the top right corner of your workspace there are three dark icons. The square one that looks like a tv (to me) is the one that allows you to take a snapshot of your workspace.

When you take a snapshot of your workspace, it create a shareable (but not editable) version of your current workspace files so that you can share them at that moment in time safely. You can take multiple snapshots to preserve a certain set of files; Such as sharing on the forum or capturing a time you have an error. (like now!)

This is where it is

1 Answer

anything in a src or href attribute of an element is case sensitive.

Rename the folder "Img" to "img"

You've capitalized the folder name where all of the img tags reference it as lowercase, which is usually standard.

It took a lot of practice to not hit the shift key for me! So many hours wasted back then.

Doing swell! Keep up the good work, Ja'Nel. :)

Yep! That did it!

Thanks, Donnie! I'll have to keep that in mind going forward.

No problem. It's a hard battle between being drilled to always capitalize your words and accurate naming practices.