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HTML How to Make a Website HTML First Use HTML Elements

Html Code Check interpreter is flawed.

I can not seem to get passed the character set question in the coder, and I am positive I am entering in the right information. The code-checker is flawed!

<!DOCTYPE html>

 <neta charset="utf-8">

2 Answers

Vee Floyd
Vee Floyd
6,055 Points

you put "neta" instead of "meta"

Hi Duffy,

You seem to have entered neta instead of meta. This is what the checker will be picking up on.

You have:

<neta charset="utf-8">


<meta charset="utf-8">

That will sort it.