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HTML How to Make a Website HTML First Use HTML Elements

Timothy Feltner
Timothy Feltner
556 Points

My code is incorrect buy im not sure why, asked for character set and I wrote <meta charset = "utf-8">

not sure why my code is wrong

<!DOCTYPE html>
      <meta charset ="">

2 Answers

John Paige
John Paige
7,436 Points

Hey Timothy I noticed a space between the 't' and the '=' like this: meta charset ="" Try removing that and see if that helps.