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img not displaying properly

... <img src="img/tritter-wrap.png" alt="Twitter Logo"> <img src="img/Facebook-wrap.png" alt="Facebook Logo">...html

this is my second time through the assignment. It displayed fine the first time.

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2 Answers

Nejc Vukovic
Nejc Vukovic
Full Stack JavaScript Techdegree Student 36,386 Points

Inspecting the image URL I saw that you set the path with "Facebook-wrap" as the img name. If I'm correct the file is lowercase -> img/facebook-wrap.png

Try it and let me know.


All you need to do for it to work is to do the following:

  1. Go to your "img" folder and locate your "twitter-wrap.pgn" and "facebook-wrap.pgn"
  2. Remove the "-wrap" ending of those pgn's and it should work.

Let me know if it works. It works for me (I had the same problem).