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joaquin manzitti
joaquin manzitti
417 Points

I dont understand what it means by:" Be sure you include an image tag" I think i am doing it correctly and dont know how

Please help me to move on

Aaron Watson
Aaron Watson
2,551 Points

Hi there,

I'm assuming your doing html and the image tag looks like this...

<img src="example-image.png" alt="alternative text if the image can't be displayed">

check carefully through the videos I doubt they would leave you high and dry! Hope this helps good luck

2 Answers

Good morning Joaquin, refer back in your memory to the basics, what is a tag in the first place ? can u remember other examples of tags from previous lessons ? even the most basic ones. Then re-think and by using the simplest logics, answer yourself, how would u write an image tag. (hint: how does a html or a body tag look like ? ) hope that helps :)

Ojong Obasi
Ojong Obasi
6,561 Points

Well, u didnt provide any code. Tags are keywords surrounded by ankle brackets. An html tag describes the html content. Basically we have two types of html tags : <h1></h1>(opening and closing tag) and <img>(just one openor main tag) for your case.

So your image tag should look like this : <img src="images/ball.png" alt="">

Alt attribute is an alternative text, should incase your images is not to be found , the text will be shown in place.