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Where am I going wrong?

"Style New Pages" video.

Since adding "display:block;" to the profile photo, it no longer displays.

There may be some issues, partially due to the conditional comments being unreadable (for me at least) which makes it trickier to follow the video series.

Could you post all the code please so I can see what may be stopping it from working. If you have trouble posting code here goto codepen.io create a new pen for free add the code click share, copy the link and paste in here and I will try and help you :)

Also add the link to the video in question


Does this work?

Edit: I know the title is wrong. Should be "about.html".


6 Answers

I have no idea why, but after I logged out/back into Treehouse and relaunched the Workspace, it displayed correctly. Thanks for the help guys; I honestly have no idea where I went wrong.

Great news! Will put it down to a glitch on the Workspace. That's why I prefer to work locally :)

Yeah, I'm glad I wasn't completely off-target; temperamental technology!

Have you downloaded the image to your computer and put it inside a folder called img? It should look like this

    ---image filer here

So you should have a folder with index.html inside it and also a folder called IMG and inside this should be the NICK image

Yeah, everything was displaying just fine until I added "display:block;"

Roland Cedo
Roland Cedo
21,261 Points

Computers: insanity defined. Glad it's working now man

It's always alarming when it's not doing what you want it to! =P

Cheers mate.

Roland Cedo
Roland Cedo
21,261 Points

can you post what your folder structure looks like? i'm starting to question the source destination for the photo in your HTML

2,370 Points

Having the same problem, just want to inform the mods that it may definitely a bug. removing display:block; on the rule makes the photo come back up, adding display:block; makes the photo disappear. Will try what the OP did and hope it works to me too.

2,370 Points

Sorry, it wasn't a bug. I don't know if I mess up with the cascading part of the codes or what (since I didn't follow the commenting part 100%). When I tried the codes on another text editor, I saw that the photo was hiding behind the header. So I tried to clear the "wrapper" of any floats, and the photo is showing now.