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HTML quiz: "Add a nested ordered list to the "Shapes" list item."
I'm sure I'm getting it right but it keeps saying it's wrong?
<ul> <li>Shapes</li> <ol> </ol> <li>Colors</li> </ul>
The ordered list is now under "Shapes", so why is this considered incorrect?
Please help, thanks!
Stone Preston42,016 Points
remember to add another list as a nested list to a list item:
<li>List Item <ol> </ol> </li>
notice how the ol tags are inside the opening and closing li tags.
''' <ul> <li>Shapes</li> <ol> </ol> <li>Colors</li> </ul> '''
Sorry, first time post. Didn't realize I had to use the three back ticks.
Whoops that didn't work either.
<ul> <li>Shapes</li> <ol> </ol> <li>Colors</li> </ul> '''