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Amil Boddie-Willis
Amil Boddie-Willis
9,661 Points

Why Isn't This Working?...

I made some minor changes to an image I applied to my website in my forked workspace, and it went through just fine - However, when I try to do the same on my original workspace, for the same project, the image doesn't change - I don't understand what the problem is, but here's what I'm talking about - Here's the forked workspace preview: http://web-10s7wzfczr.treehouse-app.com/, and here's the original version: http://web-p5bxr13vzd.treehouse-app.com/ - I could use some assistance on figuring out what's wrong - Thank you...

6 Answers

Mike Morales
Mike Morales
19,833 Points

I am unable to view the links you provided?

Amil Boddie-Willis
Amil Boddie-Willis
9,661 Points

I don't understand why - Are you using Google Chrome or some other type of browser?

Emily Larcher
Emily Larcher
220 Points

Sometimes that happens to me mabye try using another code editor?

Amil Boddie-Willis
Amil Boddie-Willis
9,661 Points

Any recommendations, by chance?

Mike Morales
Mike Morales
19,833 Points

No luck with Google or Firefox. What topic are you working on?

Mike Morales
Mike Morales
19,833 Points

I did notice in your two HTML files you have id="front-page", and on your other HTML file you have id="everything"? But in your two CSS files, I did not see #front-page but I did see the #everything on both CSS files, though. Could that be your issue?

Amil Boddie-Willis
Amil Boddie-Willis
9,661 Points

Well, the strange thing is that the changes, actually, went through on Safari, but I, just, checked and saw what you were talking about - So, all the same, I'll try changing that and see what happens - Thanks... P :)

Amil Boddie-Willis
Amil Boddie-Willis
9,661 Points

Whew - I finally figured it out - Thanks for the suggestions/help... P :)

Mike Morales
Mike Morales
19,833 Points

Glad you were able to figure it out!