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Where have I gone wrong?

By the end of this code challenge, we'll REMOVE from the page all the information about the original movie ("Back to the Future") and REPLACE it with information about the new movie ("The Empire Strikes Back"). Right now, the <h1> element has the title of the original movie as a static piece of text. Replace that with a PHP command that INSTEAD displays the title of the new movie from the array. (Be sure to leave the <h1> tags, the parentheses, and the year intact.)

Heres my code

<?php $movie=array( "title" => "The Empire Strikes Back" ); ?> <h1><?php echo $movie["title"]; ?></h1>

2 Answers

Randy Hoyt
Randy Hoyt
Treehouse Guest Teacher

Take a look at the last sentence in the instructions:

(Be sure to leave the tags, the parentheses, and the year intact.)

Does that help?

Helps allot! Code was fine, Just left out the parentheses and the year


Keep up the great work Randy!