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

3 Answers

Cameron Childres
Cameron Childres
Treehouse Moderator 11,714 Points

Hi Alex,

There's a space at the start of your file name for "resume.html". Right click the file, select rename, re-enter "resume.html" and ensure there aren't any spaces then you should be good to go.

6,258 Points

Also make sure your .html file is in the root, and not in the images folder.

Brandon Bostwick
Brandon Bostwick
729 Points

This was the exact issue with me. Click the styles.css file to make sure your new file will be in the appropriate area.

I had issues with that as well but my mistake was case sensitive. I created a file as Resume.html and when I tried to add resume in the browser i had an error until I renamed my file with lowercase r for resume.html