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HTML HTML Basics Structuring Your Content Using Multiple <header> and <footer> Elements

Why does the instructors code change on every video?

I will finish one video and have followed all the instructions, and in the very next video, his code always has something extra in it, or it has changed!! In this specific video, there has been a facebook link added and headings that have been changed. Please help because this is a little frustrating. I want to learn!

Sometimes the workspace changes from video to video. If you close your workspace and open a new one using the link on the video it should match what the instructors code has.

Hopefully that helps.

3 Answers

Timothy is right. The workspaces do change sometimes. Also, make sure you have not inadvertantly skipped a vid. I've done that before and had to go back and watch the vid that was skipped

I'm experiencing the same issue, with the VR Article code. For some reason, that page of code did not appear, even though I had completed all of the videos, prior to the one I am currently working on. I don't believe I skipped anything, but I am going to try and find a good point to start over, so that the coding can be included. Hopefully, the code (in the workspace) will remain saved; once I exit, and later resume the lesson.

Hector Feliciano
Hector Feliciano
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He has an article.html file he uses after the 2:30 second mark. I dont believe we were given an article.html page.

You make the article.html file in one of the earlier videos.