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 Now let's play around with this page a bit. Now let's play around with this page a bit.
  
-*   ​Download the text file+*   ​Download ​one of the webpage files.
 *   ​Download the css file  *   ​Download the css file 
     Save these to a subfolder on your desktop and explore changes there.     Save these to a subfolder on your desktop and explore changes there.
  
-*   ​[Css-workshop page in Markdown/​txt ​format](http://​digital-english.net/​summer2012/​css-workshop.mkd)+*   ​[Css-workshop page in html format](http://​digital-english.net/​summer2012/​css-workshop.html) or [Markdown version](http://​digital-english.net/​summer2012/​css-workshop.md)
  
 *   ​[Page-css](http://​digital-english.net/​summer2012/​markdown.css) *   ​[Page-css](http://​digital-english.net/​summer2012/​markdown.css)
  
-You'll need to make one change at the top of the document. ​ You'll notice the following `<link rel="​stylesheet"​ type="​text/​css"​ href="​http://​digital-english.net/​summer2012/​markdown.css"​ > </​link>​` ​ What change do we have to make in order to be able to modify the styles on our local machines?+You'll need to make one change at the top of the document. ​ You'll notice the following `<link rel="​stylesheet"​ type="​text/​css"​ href="​http://​digital-english.net/​summer2012/​markdown.css"​ > </​link>​`  ​ 
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 +#### What change do we have to make in order to be able to modify the styles on our local machines?
  
 Web designers often create subdirectories for style sheets, images, and such.  This is not a bad idea, but for now we'll keep all our files in one directory so that we don't lose them. Web designers often create subdirectories for style sheets, images, and such.  This is not a bad idea, but for now we'll keep all our files in one directory so that we don't lose them.
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 +* Make changes to the CSS and refresh the webpage. ​ Are they reflected?
  
 #### Code Academy Tutorial #### Code Academy Tutorial
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