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HTML How to Make a Website Creating HTML Content Structure the Image Gallery

"Structure the Image Gallery" 1:40 in video.

I can't select all the 13 files in the compressed image file & drag them to my workspace. I think I have to extract them instead, but I'm not sure how to do it correctly. I need help at this point. Also, my Workspace doesn't show the text in the lower left corner that it is the location for those image files to go to. I'm using Microsoft Windows 7, not MAC! It would have been more helpful had the videos been recorded using Windows 7. MAC doesn't function the same way.

3 Answers

Stone Preston
Stone Preston
42,016 Points

ok download the image zip folder here.

Once the download is complete, open the zip folder.

in the top left of the window there is a button that says extract all files. click that button.

a new window will appear. select browse. select your desktop. then click extract.

there will now be a folder called img on your desktop. you can open that folder and then select all the files within that and drag them to your workspace window

I still can't get it to work properly. All I have is "How to.." in the black area of my Workspace. I don't think I can delete it & start over. The 13 individual image files don't show up separately in my Workspace at all. Also, there is are "Extract" & "Cancel" buttons on the bottom right hand corner of the dialog box which opens after I hit the "Browse" button next to the file path. Is there another step missing? The images go somewhere onto the WorkSource Oregon computer desk top, but not as an zip image folder icon. I did use Google Chrome this time vs. Internet Explorer. I can't go any further until I have the correct, exact steps to retrieve the images files & they show up on my Workspace.

Thanks, Stone. I must not have parsed your instructions as carefully as I thought I did 2 days ago. I tried again yesterday & I was finally successful in downloading the images, with a little bit of help. I did use Internet Explorer 11. Now I can go on with this section of lessons!