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Damian Davis227 Points
It said in the last quiz on css and html to add a html tag below the DOCTYPE tag I tried to do it below on line 2 bummer
It said in the last quiz on css and html to add a html tag below the DOCTYPE tag I tried to do it below on line 2 bummer it didn't work.
<!DOCTYPE html> </html>
Jason AndersTreehouse Moderator 145,627 Points
You're half-way there!
The instructions say:
"Write in the opening and closing html tags", but you only have the closing tag. Just add an opening one before the closing one and you're all good!
Nice work! :)
Open <html> and then close </html> keep up the work!