If you are really stuck, clicking “next” will bring you to the solution. But if you are trying to avoid looking at the solution and doing this on your own; the idea is to download the code and modify it so that the output looks the same as the working model provided.
The spec shows you the classes involved and how they need to be modified (or they hint at how they need to be modified based on your course material so far).
I am not too sure if you are set up yet in order to work locally, but if you haven’t already, I suggest you download a text editor that will help you view your work. Personally, I like VSCode, here’s the Codecademy tutorial on how to install it. You may need to Google how to preview your content in a browser.
Also, just as a FYI, the general rule of thumb for posting questions in coding forums is that you are supposed to take your best shot at the problem and demonstrate your work/code so that others can help you figure it out. You might find that posts like these are ill-received in the future.
- download the code and work on it in a text editor
- take your best shot at the projects (making use of the chrome dev tool and your previous lesson material)
- post your code where you are stuck so that others can help identify what is missing
I hope this helps!