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

Image Tags

Hi! I'm having some difficulty understanding where I'm going wrong with inputting my images in the lists, here. I've checked and rechecked several times, but I keep getting the error message "Make sure you include an image tag that displays "img/numbers-01.jpg". Is it my lack or captions, or am I just missing something completely obvious?

Page can you share your code so we can have a better understanding of what you have so far?, I did the challenge just now and if you di it correctly it let's you continue

3 Answers

Bob Sutherton
Bob Sutherton
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You need the "image tag" plus the path and the image file. The "src" is called the "source attribute" and it designates the image you want to use and where to find it. In this case, it should be in the "img" file. The "img" file is different from the "img" tag. Both are needed in this case. So make sure you used the source attribute to locate your file.

<img src="img/numbers-01.jpg">

Thanks for the help, James! I figured out that I'd forgotten the name of the folder in my tag, and felt more than a little relieved. Thanks for replying!