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HTML How to Make a Website Creating HTML Content Add Social Media Links

I have added Alternate text to my twitter image but will not let me continue through code challenge

Everytime i hit submit i get a Bummer! be sure you add alt text to the twitter link.

My code is in the footer element and is written as follows:

<,img src="img/twitter-wrap.png" alt"Twitter logo">

Am I doing something ,that should be obvious, incorrectly ?

I am aware that the , between < and img is there. I did not know how to show my code without putting something in that broke the html.

Try this <img src="img/twitter-wrap.jpg" alt="Twitter Logo">

<,img src="img/twitter-wrap.png" alt"Twitter logo"> you have a , after your open bracket and I think that is what is causing your issue unless that was just a typo when you typed this up. Also on your alt tag you have alt"twitter logo" your missing the equal sign after the alt so it should be alt="twitter logo"

Hope that helps.

4 Answers

Hi Samuel,

Add an equals sign after alt.


Try this (<img src="img/twitter-wrap.jpg" alt="twitter logo">)

Well this forum won't let me type code not sure whats going on.


I was not expecting such a fast reply. I also do not know why I messed that one up lol. Thank you everyone for your assistance. I added the , between the first angle bracket and the img so i could show my code. I will be checking out the forum that you mentioned Jason. I will also be adding an = sign after my alt. I dont see how i missed that pesky = sign.