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HTML HTML Basics Images, Text and Links Captioning Images

Jamie Belden
Jamie Belden
5,145 Points

Where can I retrieve the HTML from this video?

I am on HTML Basics > Images, Texts and Links > Captioning Images

My HTML seems to be a little messed up from the past two videos and I can't figure out why. Is there any way I can get the HTML so I can start on a clean slate? I don't want to continue on broke HTML. I think the problem lies somewhere within how my index.html is linking to my article.html, however my HTML looks the same as the instructors so I really can't figure out what is happening.

You could also post a snapshot of your workspace. It is the camera icon in the upper right corner.

1 Answer

Jennifer Nordell
Jennifer Nordell
Treehouse Teacher

Hi there, Jamie Belden ! If you look under the video, you'll see the "Teacher's Notes". But there's more than just teacher's notes there. If you'll look, there are several "tabs" to the right of where it says "Teacher's Notes" including one that says "Downloads". You can find all the files for the project inside a zip file there.

Hope this helps! :sparkles: