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Douglas Stearns
Douglas Stearns
Courses Plus Student 219 Points

Problem with Workspace linking to the browser.

Search results for "the /resume.html link for the site I'm building in the html/css class is "Not Found". I've checked the HTML and it's exactly the same as the example, but it won't connect/load in the browser from the workspace. Any ideas?"

Hi Douglas,

Can you share your workspace to we can replicate the error at this end, please?



4 Answers

John Cruz
John Cruz
2,712 Points

Did you try logging out and logging back in? It could be the site is cached.

Jennifer Nordell
Jennifer Nordell
Treehouse Teacher

Hi there, Douglas Stearns ! I took the liberty of forking your workspace. It looks like you're doing terrific thus far!

In your question you say that you are attempting to go to /results.html but file names on webservers (they are typically Linux based) are case-sensitive. You named your file Resume.html instead of resume.html. So either you can change the name of the file to resume.html or you can go to the route /Resume.html. When I do this, I get a webpage with a picture on it :smiley:

Hope this helps! :sparkles:

edited for additional information

The "preview" button will always default to the index.html. So in the browser bar, after the URL you will need to type either /resume.html or /Resume.html depending on how you have the final spelling of that file.