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HTML How to Make a Website Creating HTML Content Organize with Unordered Lists

Stuck on challenge task 1 of 2

I keep getting the same message. And I don't know how to go back to the video without leaving the window.

6 Answers

Hi Marcy,

What is the error you're getting? It would be super helpful if you can post the code you're using, as well. (See the Markdown Cheatsheet under the comment box for how to do that.)

See below. I have not been able to load the images— where are they supposed to go. I was able to put into my "workspace" folder but not the gray working area that is displayed in the tutorial.

Bummer! Make sure you include an image tag that displays "img/numbers-01.jpg".

</header> <section> <ul> <li> <ing scr=img/numbers-01.jpg" alt="" </li> <li> <ing scr=img/numbers-02.jpg" alt="" </li> <li> <ing scr=img/numbers-06.jpg" alt="" </li> </ul> </section>

You don't actually need to load any images anywhere. All they're asking for it the path to the images folder that contains a given image - the exercise is just to familiarize you with how to use the <img> element.

But he keeps talking about adding images to the "File Tree". Where do they get added? Or, what isn't working with my code?

Then why is it still asking for an image tag— what is missing from my code? <section> <ul> <li> <img scr=img/numbers-01.jpg" alt="" </li> <li> <img scr=img/numbers-02.jpg" alt="" </li> <li> <img scr=img/numbers-06.jpg" alt="" </li> </ul> </section>


You'll need to post your code for us to help you. I have no idea what you currently have, and therefore can't make suggestions on how to correct it.

I got it to work—but could you tell me how to post my code. I know I need to put html and 3 back tics, but how do I make the backtics (is there a key command)? I'm on MAC.

Hi Marcy,

Yes, the backtick is on the same key as the tilde character (~), which is left of the number 1 key.

Oh thank you! Never used it before.