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HTML How to Make a Website HTML First Use HTML Elements

what is incorrect?

i don't understand what i am doing incorrectly in this part of the code challenge.

I believe i'm setting the character set properly and repeated my steps... what am i missing?

<!DOCTYPE html>
    <meta carset="utf-8">
    <title>Charlotte Ryerse</title>
      <h1>Charlotte Ryerse</h1>
      <p>Gallery Will Go Here!</p>
      <p>&copy; 2014 Charlotte Ryerse.</p>

4 Answers

It's always best to post your code so we can better help you.

<!DOCTYPE html>
    <meta charset="UTF-8">
    <title>This is our title.</title>
    <header>This is our HEADER text.</header>
    <section>This is our SECTION text.</section>
    This is our BODY text.
  <footer> This is our FOOTER text.</footer>
  1. Always make sure to close every tag you open.
  2. Make sure you check caps and spaces. (They can sometimes mess up code. Especially in Ruby)
  3. In HTML the last tag opened is the first one to close. You learn this later with ul and ol tags for list.

Hope this helps you and good luck!

Carson Clark
Carson Clark
2,159 Points

Could we see a sample of your code? Please describe the issue you're having in more detail.

sorry thought this question connected to the screen i was working in. <!DOCTYPE html> <html> <head> <meta carset="utf-8"> <title>Charlotte Ryerse | Designer</title> </head> <body></body> </html>

Thanks... looks like i was using <meta carset="utf-8"> instead of <meta charset="utf-8">

Oops, sorry - comment added in error!