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Nyiakki Ketez HeightFront End Web Development Techdegree Student 5,066 Points
In order to link my resume to the home page, I was thinking about making my image linkable. How can I?
I want to anchor my image and href it back to my homepage, however I am not sure how I would do that. I am getting an error every time I attempt it.
link to my work: https://w.trhou.se/006debnrq0
Jason Larson7,174 Points
You're probably getting an error because you misspelled "alt" in your img tag. To make an image a link, just put it inside your anchor tag:
<a href=linktoyoursite><img src="https://placeimg.com/200/200/tech" alt="Ketez Height, Web Developers" class="main-image"></a>
Also, if this is your resume, you should correct the spelling of Experience in your first list item.