FAQ: Browser Compatibility - Browser Compatibility

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How to finish this exercise?

Hi ! I think I need some help here. I can’t go to the next lesson, the next button is greyed out and there is no RUN button so that I can mark this lesson as checked. It’s the Intermediate CSS Course / Browser Compatibility / Pleasant Cafe.

Is it a bug ?

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@mladenspasojevi64640 @chrisgeek07
If you cannot get past this exercise, try pressing the refresh button which is next to the url (http://localhost:8000/).
[The refresh button looks like this: :arrows_counterclockwise:]

Try to do the same with the second exercise, as well
All remaining exercises (3 to 6) have a code section which you can run, so there should be no further problems.

I hope this works.
Happy coding!

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Thanks a lot I’ll try that and see if it works !

I tried to refresh as you said numerous times, still didn’t work.

Then I just thought of reseting the workspace and it was all good.
@mladenspasojevi64640 Try that out, it should definitely work !

Happy Coding ! :slightly_smiling_face:

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I was having this problem too, but refreshing the localhost:8000 section did not fix it. For me, I had to type the url for a different website in place of localhost:8000 in order to get the Next button to enable. Hope this helps anyone else facing this issue!

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I have same problem.

Hi @sihabalisrabon ! Had the same issue.

So just try resetting your workspace, then you should be able to go to the next topic.
You might have to do this for this entire lesson.
Let me know if this worked for you.

Happy Coding !

If I run into that situation where the code matches the solution as shown and it still won’t advance, I reset the lesson and then the browser and do it over.
Then if it still doesn’t pass to the next one, I simply go to the solution and click the “replace with solution”, and you can at least go to the next level.
That has worked a few times when it refused to pass, even when the code matched the solution perfectly, and it has happened more than once.

On this lesson 1 of Browser Compatability, when I did the test with both my Chrome and my Firefox browser (I use the Developer Edition, it’s the best lol) neither one showed the full website, all I got on the Firefox browser was just under the one cup of coffee, it looks like it is a full image, but then in Chrome it was cutting off some of the bottom of the same image.
Still did not show the second cup, period. Any ideas?
This one is in my Firefox DE:

This is the bottom of the image in Chrome:

They look the same on the bottom but they are not, but more importantly, neither one showed the second cup; both cut it off.