Alternative to removing older code while we pass challenges

in the end everyone wants to say “here, I made dis” : )
now we say we deleted dis.
(I’m on html, css part now)
we are removing older code to add newly learned code so we can move on.
an alternative could be using another linked page to ensure older code that we wrote stays somewhere and we make comparisons between them. and say I made dis.

If I understand you correctly, this is a common complaint. But if you go to the FCC page, click on the bracketed progress number, you can see your history and access old code.

It would also be a good idea to start saving code locally and save it to github.

I mean it would be nice to have a one complete project (one project consists of couple of html pages) which includes all the code we learned.

It would also be a good idea to start saving code locally and save it to github.

now I’m writing my code to cloud9 ide.

When you get to the back end, you are building multi-file/page projects.

Cloud9 is fine for an IDE, but github is an industry standard for storing, revisioning, and sharing code. You’re going to have to learn it eventually. It was just a suggestion.

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I agree - freeCodeCamp is a place to learn - not a place to store code (that’s what GitHub’s for).

t.y.
I got it now. github took my attention.