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

I'm putting in the correct phrase, but the code checker says's it's wrong. What should I do?

I'm putting in the correct phrase, but the code checker says's it's wrong. What should I do?

index.php
<html>
<head>
<title>PHP Basic Usage Challenge</title>
</head>
<body>
<?php echo "Hello World"; php?>
</body>
</html>

just delete the php in front of the closing tag. That should fix it. The php tag goes like this:

    <?php
        //php code
    ?>

Hi Luca,

Can you repost this as an answer? Thanks!

Jason Anello I believe we can move comments to answers via the "change to answer" option, available when clicking the elipsis (...) under a comment :-)

Thanks Tom! I completely missed that. Makes situations like this a lot easier.

1 Answer

just delete the php in front of the closing tag. That should fix it. The php tag goes like this:

    <?php
        //php code
    ?>