Looking at your page, it appears the issue is the “/” at the beginning of your stylesheet’s source. Change “/css/main.css” to “css/main.css” (on line 5 of index.html) and it should fix the issue you’re having.
For future reference, if the html file is in the same directory as another folder or file, you don’t need to include a slash at the beginning of the src or href attributes. Also, if you need to access files up one, two, or however many directories, you can use two periods as a substitute. (example below)
say our folders are…
root --> resources --> stylesheet.css
root --> lessons --> lesson-1 --> exercise-1 --> index.html
For our html file to access the stylesheet we could provide the following.
<link rel="stylesheet" href="../../../resources/stylesheet.min.css">
Basically two “…” moves up a directory and since index.html was three directories down, we moved up three times until we were in the root thus able to access the resources folder. You can also reference the current directory with “./”.
If any questions, let us know.