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CSS How to Make a Website Responsive Web Design and Testing Adjust the Profile Page and Header

James Hilts
James Hilts
Courses Plus Student 871 Points

When I adjust the nav to respond to the media query, the nav a elements drop out of the header into the section element.

I went back to double check the responsive css and everything but still no change.

Kelly von Borstel
Kelly von Borstel
28,880 Points

Could you post your code -- both css and html?

If you have your code in a Workspace, could you share the preview link so everyone can see all your code? It's the link in the top-right area that looks like an eye.

For some reason that link doesn't work. I'm getting an error that says:

Workspace Unavailable

This is a preview link for a Treehouse Workspace that is not currently active. If you are the workspace owner, you can launch it again via the Treehouse site.

2 Answers

I see a typo in your main.css file in the Heading section. You have header spelled wrong. Should be:

header {
  float: left;
  margin: 0 0 30px 0;
  padding: 5px 0 0 0;
  width: 100%;

In all 3 of your HTML files, you have the html tag spelled wrong in both the opening and closing tags. For the opening tag, It should be:


The closing html tag should be:

James Hilts
James Hilts
Courses Plus Student 871 Points

Thank you soo much. I don't understand how I missed that. Wow. You have good eyes.

No problem. I've just done this web dev stuff a bit longer. You get better at reading code with LOTS of practice. lol

Some good debugging tools to bookmark are W3C's validator services:

HTML Validator: http://validator.w3.org/

CSS Validator: http://jigsaw.w3.org/css-validator/