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Jeanette Coulson835 Points
I am getting confused on what's wrong. It said I was right in the first two challenges and now its saying that i'm wrong
I was doing the challenge and I do not understand what it's wanting from me.
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Louise St. Germain19,424 Points
You're getting close to the right answer! Just a couple of things:
- The Social media section with links: That whole thing needs to be wrapped in an aside, i.e., the </aside> tag should go after the </ul> tag.
- You don't need to wrap an article around the aside, so you can get rid of your third set of <article></article> tags. (Your first two are perfect!)
Then, for the third part of the challenge, you're right that they want the <main></main> tags, and your opening <main> tag is in the right spot. However, the challenge wants you to put the two articles inside the main section, so your closing </main> tag needs to go after the two articles, i.e., after the second </article> tag and before the social media <aside> section starts.
That should do it! I hope this helps!