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Langelihle Chimanya7,176 Points
inside the <body> display the moon.jpg located inside a folder called img.
<!DOCTYPE html> <html> <head> <title>The Moon</title> </head> <body> <img="moon" src="/img/moon.jpg" alt="Picture of a moon"/> </body> </html>
Steven Parker224,936 Points
Only the properties of an element get assigned (using "="), the tag name itself always stands alone.
Also, they only mention that the image is located in folder but they don't give a full path to it. So you can infer that this will be a relative reference and not an absolute one (so it won't start with "/").