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HTML How to Make a Website Adding Pages to a Website Add a New Page

Teacher's Copy of the HTML and CSS code.

Is there a place I can view the whole HTML and CSS code as it should be up to this point? I accidently erased several lines of code when copying and pasting from a previous video and I didn't figure till several modules later. I'm not sure what is missing now?

2 Answers

Daniel Gauthier
Daniel Gauthier
15,000 Points

Hey Nicollette,

Below the video description there's a menu that includes a "Downloads" tab. Click that, then download the project files. You'll be able to view the code in the files using a program like Sublime Text 2 or Brackets. If you haven't picked up a code editor yet I'd strongly suggest grabbing one (both listed above are free) since you'll likely want to use one when you start creating your own projects.

When you download the project files they'll be zipped up, so you'll likely want to extract them first. If you need help with that step let us know, but it should be as simple as right clicking the downloaded zip file and select the "Extract" option.

Also, in case you try to open the index.html file and have it open in your web browser, just use the "open file" option in the file menu of the program you choose to navigate to wherever you're storing the project files and it will open as an html file.

Good luck!

Hey Nicollette,

You may be able to recreate the workspace by deleting your current one and then launching the workspace from the video. It should then open the workspace as is provided by Nick at that point.

I would STRONGLY recommend saving a copy to your local computer if you need to reference your good code.

Hope this helps! :)

Thank you!