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Make sure you add an image tag, it was/is added. I have restarted this several times and keep getting this error?
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In your code you have an anchor link to an image, but not an actual image link. Try
<img src="">, but place your image link in the quotes. There is also another small error in your syntax that may be causing an issue, depending on how picky the program is.
James Griffis281 Points
Like Eric says an anchor will not display the image itself and his solution should fix it :D you also have not closed the unordered list correctly, you have:
instead you need
though this is likely not causing the immediate issue.
Also just to point out you can use a link to an image either locally or from a external website e.g
<img src="/path/to/img/numbers-01.jpg"> or <img src="http://somesite.tld/img/numbers-01.jpg">
Hope this helps :D