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HTML Introduction to HTML and CSS HTML: The Structural Foundation of Web Pages and Applications Test: Creating an HTML Element

Harry Shin
Harry Shin
Courses Plus Student 103 Points

You need to set the 'href' attribute of the <a> tag to "#top". Can't solve the question.

So basically, I tried and I couldn't find like the part where it is wrong.

    <title>My trip to Spain</title>

    <img src="'images/spain.jpg'.">
    Here is a picture of me in Spain last summer!
    <a>Go back to the top of the page.</a>
    <p> ' Here is a picture of me in Spain last summer!' in </P> 
   <a> herf= "#top" go back to the top of the page.</a> 

1 Answer

Giovanni P.
Giovanni P.
4,803 Points


You're issue is that your href attribute is outside of the tag brackets. All your tag attributes should be within the opening tag brackets. So instead of href="#top" being outside like this:

<a> href="#top" ... </a>

it should look like this:

<a href="#top" > ... </a>

I hope that helps!