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Can't quite get this question right asking to fill in the blank for make the second part of the reference link work. Would love some guidance!

Nico Trivelli , yes thank you very much! Got it.

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nico dev
nico dev
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Hi Chris Thomas,

Take into account the request:

To create an image that also works as a link...

As said in the video, you must add an extra symbol before and after the 2nd URL for the image displayed to also act as a link.

Does that clarify it somehow?