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HTML HTML Basics Getting Started with HTML Lists and Links Challenge

can someone help me

it says Bummer! You need to set the 'href' attribute of the second <a> element to 'pies.html'

<!DOCTYPE html>
    <title>Lists and Links</title>
  <a href = "cakes.html"><li>Cakes</li></a>
  <a href = "pies.html"><li>Pies</li></a>
  <a href = "candy.html"><li>Candy</li></a>

Hi John! Number 1 I would indent the code just to make it easier to read Nuber 2 it looks like your code is okay but I would erase the space between href! So like this <a href="cakes.html"><li>Cakes</li><a/> Try that for all of them!

3 Answers

Yariel Gordillo
Yariel Gordillo
8,878 Points

You have to change your unordered list to this: <ul> <li><a href = "cakes.html">Cakes</a></li> <li><a href = "pies.html">Pies</a></li> <li><a href = "candy.html">Candy</a></li> </ul>

Alex Koumparos
Alex Koumparos
Python Development Techdegree Student 36,887 Points

Hi John,

Ayub's comment has some good advice for improving code style, but your actual problem is revealed by the following text in the question:

"Make the text inside each list item a link."

This is telling you to make the text a link, and have that link be inside the list item. You have the whole list item inside your link.



Thanks everyone for your help