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HTML How to Make a Website Creating HTML Content Build the Footer

Vishakha Agarwal
Vishakha Agarwal
9,130 Points

problem with uploading twitter and facebook logo

I am not able to upload facebook and twitter logo. Here's my code

      <img src="img/twitter-wrap.png" alt="twitter logo">
      <img src="img/facebook-wrap.png" alt="facebook logo">

      <p>&copy; 2015 Vishakha Agarwal.</p>

Also, each time I try to open the image folder on left panel of workspace, it does not open and ask me to check the internet connection.

6 Answers

Try downloading the project files from the lesson and reuploading them into the workspace session. Make sure to delete them from the workspace first before uploading the ones you downloaded.

"Try downloading the project files from the lesson and reuploading them into the workspace session."

Martin Hernandez
I am having a general problem doing this. I am 3/4 of the way through a section and I am trying to figure out how to go back and download the orginal "how to build a website" workspace. I didn't upload the image media from the original version -- BECAUSE the instructor video said I could use my own media , so replaced the images with a dozen art pics -- only to find out that I need some of the original images (Facebook and Twitter logos) to complete the section.

Specific question: Can I just take two random images from the web and give them the facebook and twitter logo file names required to pass the code challenge?

General question: Why can't all of the workspace .zip files on Treehouse just be listed openly in one, massive, searchable folder so that anyone could backtrack and grab the original version of any workspace .zip at any time? (Is this asking too much? I've seen some other posts/questions from people who are frustrated being unable to retro-locate workspace files.)

Evan Jones ,

I'm not sure if this is what you are looking for but i've been able to go back to old workspaces i've created. https://teamtreehouse.com/workspaces.

If the above doesn't work you can try uploading an alternative facebook and twitter image(.png images) and renaming it to be the original names from the workspace.

i.e. twitter-wrap.png facebook-wrap.png

Your third question can hopefully be answered by my first answer. That is the only way, that i am aware of, that you can go back and view past workspaces.

Vishakha Agarwal
Vishakha Agarwal
9,130 Points

Still not able to upload the logos, however I am able to open the image folder now.

Perhaps this will help, the way am going about this is, am using a separate code editor i.e sublime text, plus the Workspaces. So check out how its behaving on your machine first just to confirm if your code is wrong. And its much faster, and you will get used to your editor of choice even when after your done learning.

I would also like to add to what Patrick Evans Mwachugu said and recommend you try http://brackets.io/ its free and its personally my favorite after being a dreamweaver users for so long.

Vishakha Agarwal, are you only having trouble with the logos or are there issues with all images included in that lesson?

Can you post your html?

Vishakha Agarwal
Vishakha Agarwal
9,130 Points

Thanks Patrick Evans Mwachugu , I was able to upload the logo using sublime text.

Martin Hernandez , I'll also try what you suggested. Here's that bit of my html which is working fine on sublime but not on workspace. All the other images are working fine.

<footer> <img src="img/twitter-wrap.png" alt="Twitter logo"> <img src="img/facebook-wrap.png" alt="Facebook logo"> <p>ยฉ 2015 Vishakha Agarwal.</p> </footer>

Vishakha Agarwal cool..:)

Adding your footer to my html worked fine for me. My only guess would be that either something is wrong your workspace.

If your code works fine on sublime text then maybe i would delete the workspace create a new one and paste your code from sublime text into the new workspace.

If that doesn't work then i would assume workspace is the issue and i would contact Treehouse support. https://teamtreehouse.com/support

Are you using an ad-blocker of some kind? If so, try turning it off temporarily and see if that helps (this was the problem, and solution I've had before).