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HTML Introduction to HTML and CSS HTML Fundamentals HTML Links and Paths

Levi Goldzweig
Levi Goldzweig
1,487 Points

I'm trying to view the page i'm working on and it seems like it doesn't exist i'm not sure why

I'm working on a sample taught in a class, the folder is the recipe, in addition there is a separate page which is the index, and somehow when trying to preview the code in recipe, it opens the index page instead of the recipe itself, and in reverse, when the page is linked in the index, it sends to the index not to the page itself, almost like it doesn't exist. Any idea why?

1 Answer

Steven Parker
Steven Parker
229,644 Points

It's normal for the preview to open the page named "index.html". To see a different page, you can either provide a link to it on your index page that you can click on, or you can modify the address bar on your browser to point directly to it.

Levi Goldzweig
Levi Goldzweig
1,487 Points

Apparently my problem was much simpler, by mistake i capitalized a letter in the link.