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What makes an element a child in XML?
The code challenge keeps telling me to "Make sure you add a 'gradient' element as a child of the 'shape' element!" I am not sure what is wrong with my code even after comparing it to my project.
<shape xmlns="http://schemas.android.com/apk/res/android" android:shape = "rectangle"> <gradient android:startColor="#102372" android:endColor="#ffffff"/> </shape>
Dan Johnson40,532 Points
You do have gradient as a child of shape (since it's nested). The problem is with the namespace definition. It needs to specify android as the namespace:
The first test doesn't seem to catch this for whatever reason.