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HTML How to Make a Website Responsive Web Design and Testing Adjust the Profile Page and Header

Lenka Zajic
Lenka Zajic
3,970 Points

In the creating a website track, the photos in the Portfolio page just show up as small boxes with the link next to them

Also, no photo appears in the About page at all, nor the icons for phone, mail and Twitter. I've rechecked everything a million times :(

Can you include a code snippet?

With this type of error, my first guess would be simple syntax... check your specials characters ("" '' , : ; =).

Keep on trying!

Neil Anuskiewicz
Neil Anuskiewicz
11,007 Points

Scott, speaking of code snippets, I just tried to use markdown in both a comment and answer and it didn't seem to format my code properly. I used


It doesn't look well formatted. I'd like to participate in this forum now but I need to learn the ropes. How do I properly format a block of code? :-)

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Neil Anuskiewicz
Neil Anuskiewicz
11,007 Points
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The markdown for this forum is a little quirky. Put three "backticks" before and after your code " ``` " for proper formatting. (Many people mistake the backtick for the single quote. It's probably the least used key on your keyboard, but it's usually the top left key, below the ESC key.) Include html or css after first set of ticks for language-specific formatting.