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Theodore Steinhilber20,187 Points
I am using <ul> and </ul> for the unordered lists and it's still giving me an error and not letting me proceed
<!DOCTYPE html> <html> <head> <title>Lists and Links</title> </head> <body> <ul>1Cakes </ul> <ul>2Pies </ul> <ul>3Candy </ul> </body> </html>
Steven Parker224,848 Points
The "ul" tags define the whole list and there should be only one pair of them, surrounding the entire list.
Individual items inside the list are "list items" and will have "li" tags.
Also, the instructions did not ask for numbers to be added to the names. Doing things other than in the instructions can sometimes confuse the validation mechanism.