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HTML How to Make a Website Creating HTML Content Organize with Unordered Lists

Wyatt Lamond
Wyatt Lamond
219 Points

image tag

I am confused as to where I a m stuck here... I feel like I created the tag for each of the three images. They are all identical, but "img/numbers-01.jpg" is wrong?

3 Answers

hector villasano
hector villasano
12,937 Points

Make sure your spelling is correct and that the image is in the img folder.

Sam Nabhan
Sam Nabhan
2,157 Points

Hi Wyatt,

+1 to what Hector mentioned above.

However, please also paste your entire code here so that we can review it and determine where the error(s) lie.

Regards, Sam

As samnabhan has mentioned, the best way to get help on the forums is to paste in your code using the Markdown Cheatsheet as reference. Although img/numbers-01.jpg looks correct, but there could be other issues in the rest of the code that's keeping it from passing.

More times than not a coding issue is a result of a typo or added/removed characters within the code. Overlook the section you are doing and check to see if there's anything that stands out. It could be something very simple that's easy to overlook.