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Dara Keane912 Points
I don't know what to do... :(
<!doctype> <html> <head> <title>My trip to Spain</title> </head> <body> <img src= images/spain.jpg alt="A picture of me in Spain"> <p>Here is a picture of me in Spain last summer!</p> <href> <a>Go back to the top of the page. </a> top</href> </body> </html>
James GillCourses Plus Student 34,935 Points
The formats are:
<a href = "somelink">Some text</a>
<img src = "link-to-an-image" alt = "some alt text">
Tobias Helmrich31,602 Points
Hey again Dara,
Kyle already told you one mistake. I'd also like to add, that href is not a tag. It's also an attribute, in this case for the anchor tag. To get to the top of the page you have to give it the value of the id #top in this challenge.
So it should look like this in the end:
<img src="images/spain.jpg" alt="A picture of me in Spain"> <p>Here is a picture of me in Spain last summer!</p> <a href="#top">Go back to the top of the page.</a>
Jason DeValadares7,190 Points
Here's the mistakes I found, hope it helps!
Should reference the doctype you want to use. A google search for doctype html5 will help you with this one.
You need to put all your "variables" in quotes. so when you want something to = something - it should be enclosed in ""'s just like your alt attribute is
<img src= images/spain.jpg alt="A picture of me in Spain">
a "href" tag is part of the anchor tag <a>. The href part is an attribute to the anchor tag telling it what "hypertext reference" it should be making. It should be included in the same brackets as the <a> as an attribute.
<href> <a>Go back to the top of the page. </a> top</href>