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This is my code below:
Bummer: Looks like you forgot the echo command
<?php $date = date('F d, Y'); echo "Today is $date"; ?>
Niki Molnar25,575 Points
Your PHP is correct - this is just a quirk of the question and how they wanted the answer to be. It asked for a "single date function". What you did was put it into a variable then call the variable.
<?php echo 'Today is '; //Place your code below this comment echo date('F d, Y'); ?>
It will then echo out 'Today is July 17, 2018' as there is no line break between the 2 echos, so it will just continue. All you needed, therefore, was to echo the date.