HTML Introduction to HTML and CSS Adding a New Web Page Write the HTML

John Gonzalez
John Gonzalez
2,571 Points

/resume.html link not opening up my resume page

once i click the preview button, it takes me to my page however when i add "/resume.html" i don't see my resume page I'm creating. I've saved and still nothing.

6 Answers

Steven Parker
Steven Parker
200,694 Points

You're using an absolute file reference here to a file in the root folder. Is it possible that the file is in a subfolder?

Also check for spelling including capitalization. The file system in the workspaces is case sensitive.

If you still can't find the issue, try making a snapshot of your workspace and post the link to it here.

John Gonzalez
John Gonzalez
2,571 Points

Thanks Steven! Ill try that now

Steven Parker
Steven Parker
200,694 Points

John Gonzalez — If that works, you can mark the question solved by choosing a "best answer".
And happy coding!

Kyle Graham
Kyle Graham
4,971 Points

This fixed the issue for me.

First of all make sure you are saving the files after any changes (CTRL+S) or else the changes wont display. And second, when changing the "#" in the anchor element, make sure the filename is typed exactly as it was saved in the directory (exp. "resume.html").

Neal Combs
Neal Combs
Front End Web Development Techdegree Student 1,086 Points

I had the same problem. It was case sensitive when i typed in <h1> RESUME </h1>. I would type in "/resume.html. I changed the "<h1>Resume</h1> and it came up fine !

Patricia Davis
Patricia Davis
942 Points

I'm having the same problem but I didn't come here first and just started over.

Robin Porter
Robin Porter
1,809 Points

That is because it is not linked yet and you have to add the resume.html to the end of your web page.

Kathleen OKeife
Kathleen OKeife
1,960 Points

In the first exercise, we set up the resume.html page. In this second exercise, it is deleted; so I deleted the syntax. I cannot go back to the first exercise. What is the syntax and where does it fit in the head?