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Stephen Layton8,643 Points
Not sure exactly what your question is but I'll take a stab at it. I believe that challenge is asking you to use <h1> tags, that's the number one not the letter "i". You'd need an opening and a closing /h1.
Hope that helps.
You need to write an h1 header tag. view below.
Stephen Layton already gave right answer