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PHP PHP Basics (Retired) What is PHP? PHP Basic Usage

I echoed correctly not working please help

<p><?php echo "Hello World!" ?></p>

<title>PHP Basic Usage Challenge</title>
  <p><?php echo "Hello World!" ?></p>

2 Answers

Tiffany McAllister
Tiffany McAllister
25,806 Points

Try adding a semicolon after "Hello World!"

    echo "Hello World!";

Thank you

This is going to sound silly, but remove the exclamation mark from your 'Hello World!' string.

Including the exclamation mark gave the error 'Bummer! Make sure you're echoing the correct phrase.', but removing it completed the challenge.

Thanks works