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HTML Introduction to HTML and CSS Adding a New Web Page Linking It All Up

Why was this already complete in my code?

It was already linked to my resume when i went to change this. Has this happened to anyone?

8 Answers

Jonathan Leack
Jonathan Leack
16,782 Points

Same. Not a huge deal but this sort of internal linking is really important for new coders to get experience with.

Already linked

Noel Barcelona
Noel Barcelona
Courses Plus Student 495 Points

I guess this is a way for the developers to impose uniformity and guide inexperienced learners just like me.

Terence Williams
Terence Williams
Full Stack JavaScript Techdegree Student 2,687 Points

I noticed that, also. I'm not sure, but I'm sure it was probably recently completed since the video is a little older. They've probably gone through updating a few things and went ahead and completed that section. That's my guess.

Siti Mariam Mazlan
Siti Mariam Mazlan
5,805 Points

I noticed the same thing too. I thought it was an updated version only to realize that it was the final addition that need to be added. All i did was delete the old ones since im making the new one as instructed in the video.