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HTML HTML Basics Getting Started with HTML Headings and Paragraphs Challenge

Allen Roe
Allen Roe
1,038 Points

level 3 heading

I'm not sure what the problem is, maybe I'm confused on what the question is asking.

<!DOCTYPE html>
    <link href="styles.css" rel="stylesheet">
    <title>Headings and Paragraphs</title>
    <h1>This is the Main Headline!  </h1>
   <p> Oat cake chocolate bar jelly. Tootsie roll cheesecake sweet gummies candy cookie pudding cotton candy carrot cake. Souffl&eacute; caramels brownie oat cake cheesecake.</p>

    <h2>Level 2 Heading</h2> 
    <p>Ice cream candy canes muffin icing pudding muffin jelly topping carrot cake. I love gingerbread dessert jujubes bonbon cupcake tootsie roll I love. Oat cake topping caramels I love cupcake oat cake chocolate topping donut.<p>

    <h3>Level 3 Heading</h3>
    <p>Cotton candy topping halvah sugar plum gummies souffl&eacute;. Ice cream danish donut sugar plum. Macaroon carrot cake gummies. Caramels oat cake chocolate cake.</P>

2 Answers

Mark Sebeck
Mark Sebeck
Treehouse Moderator 37,329 Points

Hi Allen. After your second heading you missed the closing paragraph tag. You need </p> not <p>. Hope this helps. Good luck and keep at it!

Allen Roe
Allen Roe
1,038 Points

Thank you, The error it was showing was for the h3 tag and it passed the question before it so I wasn't looking there. I appreciate you taking the time to look over that.

Mark Sebeck
Mark Sebeck
Treehouse Moderator 37,329 Points

You;re welcom Allen. Yeah sometimes errors can be tricky. In this case not closing the <p> tag just makes all the rest a paragraph. Since part 2 was only checking the Level 2 text it passed since all that was a paragraph. Same is true in the real world. Some errors will trick compilers into reporting the wrong line. And HTML and CSS errors can always be in different places.