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HTML Basics

Hi, I have type the following code and below that is what is showing on my web browser instead of what is shown in HTML basics episode 3. Can anyone advise why?

Much appriciated!

<!DOCTYPE html> <html> <head> <title> Experience VR </title> </head>

<body> <h1>Experience VR</h1> A simple blog about VR experiences </body> </html>

Below what is shown in web browser.

Index of / Index.html featured.jpg vr-space.jpg vr-user.jpg

3 Answers

Hey there,

it's probably because you've saved index.html with a capital I. Try saving your html file without the capital i and you should find your content loads properly.

Adam Beer
Adam Beer
11,314 Points

So did you try the code? Maybe that'll be fine.

<!DOCTYPE html> 
        <title> Experience VR </title> 

    <h1>Experience VR</h1> 
    <h1>A simple blog about VR experiences </h1>

It seems to me that the text "A simple blog about VR experiences" should be surrounded by <p></p> tags or <h4></h4> tags or whatever and not be surrounded by nothing.