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HTML

Structure the Image Gallery and how to create a Workspace

I have reviewed the HTML questions in the forum on how to import the photos that you download. It does not work. Yes, I unzipped the photos. I get no darkened space on the left to drop the photos in as I have no workspace. I need to create a Workspace. I tried, I don't know how to open the workspace once you create one and have a tree created to the left of your code work. I feel defeated. I also have to download the normalize CSS folder and create a new folder called CSS. Help please.(so sad) If I don't get this figured out, I will not be able to continue the class. Thanks so much for your time and knowledge. Cynthia

Sreng Hong
Sreng Hong
15,083 Points

Do you figure it out now?

I am so confused. No Do I need a workspace in order to add the photos? I cannot make the workspace work. I cannot add the images or create any new folders etc.

Sreng Hong
Sreng Hong
15,083 Points

If you're find it's hard to work with workspace, I recommend you can use your own preference text editor applications. There are many good text editor out there that are like workspace such as Textmate, Sublime...

Sreng Hong
Sreng Hong
15,083 Points

Do you get what i mean?

1 Answer

Yusuf Bagha
Yusuf Bagha
24,370 Points

It should work, I just tried it, make sure you are dragging the files from the windows explorer(The windows folder directory), or if you're on mac drag it from finder. If it doesn't work try uploading 1 file at a time. Good Luck.

Happy Coding!

I will try it but I am still not getting it. I have walked away from it. I might try it tomorrow. I spent all day today trying to do it till I banged my head against my keyboard. I still cannot make the workspace work. Do I have to have a workspace in order to add the images? Don't mean to be difficult, it is just not clicking.

Yusuf Bagha
Yusuf Bagha
24,370 Points

If it's still not working then you can install a text editor on your computer. You will eventually have to do that in the future. I recommend "Sublime Text"(Windows and Mac) or "Notepad++"(Windows). Sublime Text is similar to work spaces.