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Hi! I'm just curious, why did you not include the IMG-file in the <header>? Any specific reason behind it? :)
As I mentioned above, why did you add the image under the <header>-tag instead of inside it? Just curious, maybe you mentioned it before but I've probably missed it then :)
Thank you for great videos! Really enjoy learning with Treehouse :)
Steven Parker217,533 Points
There may not be a rigidly-defined rule, but as mentioned in the MDN page on Using HTML sections and outlines, a header inside a section (or article) would typically contain the section's heading and author name.
The text and associated image(s) would be considered the article's content.
Thank you so much for helping me sorting this out! It's been really helpful :)