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Holly Holliday1,563 Points
Quiz says I'm wrong. It says: Create the HTML element that will serve as a document root. I put <html> <html>. ??
<!DOCTYPE html> <html> <html>
You need to have end tag of HTML with dash "/" inside, then you can do same with other end tags of header, footer, body, div, span, etc
Begin tag - < HTML >
End tag - < /HTML >
<!DOCTYPE html> <html> // begin tag </html> // end tag
Hope that helps.