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HTML Build a Simple Website Text Editors and HTML Images and Lists

This is my code for Web Design challenge 4 of 4, an unordered list with "About" being first. Treehouse says this is wrong but I have no idea why.

<p>This is code!</p>

<ul class="nav">
    <li>=<a href="#">About</a></li>
    <li>=<a href="#">Cupcakes</a></li>
    <li class="last">=<a href="#">Locations</a></li>

3 Answers

Jeremy Frimond
Jeremy Frimond
14,470 Points

You do not need the equal signs in between your <li> and <a> tags. You only use equal signs inside of the carrots <> to assign some sort of modifying value such as a class, id or many other stuff that you will eventually get too.

Hope this helps, best of luck!

those "equals" signs might be throwing some errors your way. (between your <li> tag and <a> tag)

Thank you!

Thank you!