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HTML

Samuel Hughes
Samuel Hughes
521 Points

My website says "rel" above the h1 element....please help

This happened after I incorporate the <link> element for the normalize.css files.

3 Answers

Benjamin Larson
Benjamin Larson
34,055 Points

We've all been there haha-- even after you've been coding for years you'll find yourself slapping your head at the missing semicolon or extra apostrophe.

Benjamin Larson
Benjamin Larson
34,055 Points

Can you paste in the code you used for including the normalize.css stylesheet? It's probably a little syntax error when defining the rel (short for relation) attribute in your link definition.

Samuel Hughes
Samuel Hughes
521 Points
<!DOCTYPE html>
<html>
  <head>
    <meta charset="utf-8">
    <title>Sam Hughes | Comedian</title>rel
    <link rel="stylesheet" href="css/normalize.css">
  </head>
Samuel Hughes
Samuel Hughes
521 Points

Sorry, I just noticed it as I copy pasted. Please delete this question. I'm an idiot. Thank you.