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HTML How to Make a Website HTML First Use HTML Elements

I dont know what i have t do next

i dont know exactly what its asking for.

<!DOCTYPE html>
      <meta charset="wtf-8"
            <title>Marquis Young | Your average joe</title>
    <h1>Marquis Young</h1>

2 Answers

Hi Marquis,

I haven't looked at the challenge, but there's a small area in your code which could be throwing up an error:

<meta charset="wtf-8"

should have an extra closing bracket - '>' - on the end of it.

Hope that helps,


Jerome Collinge
Jerome Collinge
1,347 Points

Hey Marquis

One thing that I've noticed is that your 'charset' is set to 'wtf-8' when it should actually be set as 'utf-8' as well as an extra '>' on the end.

Hopefully this can solve your problem.