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Sublime Folder Menu

Hi, i've just started on the CSS section of the video lessons, however in my sublime window I cannot work out how to make my folders display as they do in the video (where they are listed in a cascade under 'web' and 'css'). Mine are just listed as separate tabs with an 'x' next to them and therefore the trying to link normalize to my cupcake site doesn't work.

Any help would be much appreciated!

8 Answers

If you go to view then sidebar then show sidebar. Does this fix it?

No problem, i remember how frustrating it can be at the start, below is the answer but it would be good to compare against what you had so ou can see where you went wrong. I suspect ou may have been adding the classes in challenge 2 to the id section rather than creating a class="".

<div class="container clearfix">
    <div class="grid_5 omega" id="featured-cupcake">
        <h2>Cupcake of the Week</h2>
            <img src="img/featured-cupcake.jpg">

Also if you click the best answer button on the sublime question it will mark as solved so others can see.

Thanks Adam, I now got that open and then reopened the whole project from within sublime and it's come up properly! Cheers for the help!

p.s. i'm stuck on the 'div' challenge: 'Add a div around the featured-cupcake element, and give it the classes container and clearfix'.

I seem to get that bit right but when I go to the next stage and do the same for 'grid_5 omega' it says 'task 1 is no longer passing'. Any ideas?

Are you adding the grid_5 and omega classes to a new div and not the same one that has a container and clearfix classes?

Yeah got them in separate div's and closing both of them after the 'featured-cupcake' element. Could it be a fault with the test checker?

Post me the link to the question please will have a look

Thanks so much mate, that's working now! Just so you know, i was making a new second separate div rather than adding it into the 'div id=' bracket. Not sure why it needs to be that way but i'm sure it will make sense eventually!

Have clicked best answer and '^'d a few of them! Just out of interest are you working for treehouse or just an extremely helpful advanced user?!

No problem happy to help. It will all make sense eventually just ensure to read up on things to but the W3C is a great place to start, so when treehouse shows you a new thing eg. display: block; then header over to W3C site and search display property I found this gave a better understanding of how things are working together on a page. Don't be afraid to ask questions. Add me on twitter @Sacki2013 can ask me stuff there. Also i do not work for Treehouse just like to help users on the forum.

Thanks, i'll try to spend more time on W3C as well then!

I don't have a personal twitter account but have added you from @FlintFeed which is a small entrepreneur community i'm just starting up. Hopefully see you on there or round the site!

You will do! If you have any questions just give me a shout

Haha cheers, chat soon then!