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Alexander Lerman
Alexander Lerman
424 Points

How do I remove " rel='stylesheet' type='text/css'> " from my header on the website. thank you

Thank you

Can you provide more information - what course and section is this part of, or is this just a general question? What you seem to be asking is how to remove important information for a link tag's css file (the only necessary attribute here is rel; type can be safely removed). If you remove rel, the file will not load. May as well just delete or comment out that line.

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Ricky Walker
Ricky Walker
12,863 Points

I'm not 100% sure what you're asking but it seems like what you quoted is somehow not tagged properly within your heading tags. Can you paste your HTML for your header?