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HTML How to Make a Website HTML First Use HTML Elements

set character set for the page

<!DOCTYPE html> <html> <head> meta charset="utf-8"><head> <title> Virginia Chubo |Designer </title> </head>

</html> I get a message saying Bummer don't forget a head tag between <htm>

<!DOCTYPE html>
  <head> meta charset="utf-8"><head>
 <title> Virginia Chubo |Designer </title>


      <h1> Virginia Chubo</h1>
      <h2> Designer</h2>

      <p> Gallery will go here </p>

      <p>&copy; 2015 Virginia Chubo</p>


1 Answer

You're missing the opening < on your meta charset='utf-8' tag.