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1 Answer

Mike Baxter
Mike Baxter
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Hey Anthony,

You'll find that some of the questions give you hints. Not all of them do, so here are some hints that I hope will help:

Part 1 A title tag looks like this

<title>whatever the title is goes here</title>

That title tag above goes in between the beginning and closing <head> tags. (Always). It's also easier to copy and paste the title from the question than retype it.

Part 2 An image tag looks like this:

<img src="img/some_image.jpg">

They always go somewhere inside of the <body> tags. You'll have to modify the code above to fit whatever the image name is. That code also says the image is in a folder called "img". Autocorrect keeps turning "img" into "ing" for me. Maybe that's messing you up too?

Part 3 An unordered list looks like this:

<ul></ul>

Like an image, these always go in between the <body> tags. And in between the <ul> opening and closing tags goes each bullet point, which is Part 4.

Part 4 A list item looks like this:

<li>Some text goes here</li>

In retrospect, it's probably easier to just re-watch the previous video than to read the text I wrote here. But maybe this helps you. Best of luck!