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HTML How to Make a Website HTML First Build Structure

Question about coding

If when on the video a code is in red and on mine it's black does it make any difference how it'll show up on the webpage?

2 Answers

Jorge Eduardo Garcia Celorio
Jorge Eduardo Garcia Celorio
10,112 Points

No, it all depends on the editor you are using.

Are you using treehouse's workspace, or another editor in your computer?

Moreover, code editors frequently separate in different colors tags, properties, vaues, or the opening/closing of curly braces. If everything is under exactly the same color, you may be having a problem with the code you're writing.

Let me know if you need further help!


Michael Flynn
Michael Flynn
3,084 Points

Color of code in text editors doesn't matter and will not effect the page unless you make an error. If I'm right in the HTML courses they use Sublime text which has loads of different themes to use and nearly all will look different to the Treehouses workspace.