Class Session: Thursday Jan 01, 1970
Here are some common problems I am finding:
This can be a problem with the browser cache. Read this article for more background: Bypass Browser Cache
This is usually because your laptop is more forgiving on mixed case with filenames: a link named photo.html that refers to a file named PHOTO.html might work on the computer, but not on the Opal server or other servers you might use in the future.
my photo.jpg is not best practice. Use an underscore or hyphen: my_photo.jpg or my-photo.jpg or even myPhoto.jpg. Capitals are okay as long as long as you remember that myphoto.jpg and myPhoto.jpg will not work on the Opal server if your link and the image are not exactly the same. They must be exactly the same. As I have stressed before, stick with a convention that you use all of the time so you don't have to remember variations. Most content management systems automatically create page names with all lowercase and hypens with no space, so that is the convention I try to stick with.
If you are using the Task 2.1 for your template. use the CSS classes in your
This is not best practice for web design. Git rid of the spaces.
Open the grade sheet and check to make sure you are doing all the required things.
make sure you only have only one head section and one body section.
if you are using the 2.1 theme you make your clicked page active like this: <a class="active" href....