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My coding matches the tutorial but I'm only getting dots where pics should be. Also, two attributes after are in red. I'm at a loss.

Please post you code and let's take a look at it.

Echo'ing what Jacob said, it's hard to know what's wrong without seeing the code.

Are you still stuck on this or have you figured it out?

it would be most helpful if you copied the code so we could see it. I'll just assume you are working on html based on your achievement ring.

I would revisit the videos taught by Nick Petit in the make your own website section

make sure your url has the correct syntax

also something that helps me retain the info is to take notes. I highly recommend this. In fact just do it. :) hope this helped

Noemi Totos
Noemi Totos
12,601 Points

It seems to be a mistake in your code, that's why you have the red signal. Sometimes it could be just a missing closing tag or the wrong path.

MELVIN GEORGE
MELVIN GEORGE
3,490 Points

Its because slight mistyping could make problems with a large Amount of Data..! It may be because of mistyping the image declaration: <img src="img/your_image_name" alt="">

1 Answer

Hi Elonzo, Next time, like the other posters said, post your code if you have a code problem. There is a new feature on workspace that allows you take a snapshot of your code to post. I hope this helps.