A question about the "Standardize Times with the HTML5 datetime Attribute" challenge

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There’s nothing wrong with the challenge. I don’t have an issue. What I was wondering is why this would need to be implemented in our websites.

Your code so far

    <h2>Mortal Combat Tournament Survey Results</h2>
    <!-- Add your code below this line -->
    <p>Thank you to everyone for responding to Master Camper Cat's survey. The best day to host the vaunted Mortal Combat tournament is <time datetime="2016-09-15">Thursday, September 15<sup>th</sup>. May the best ninja win!</p>
    <!-- Add your code above this line -->
        <p>Posted by: Sub-Zero on <time datetime="2016-08-13T20:01Z">August 13<sup>th</sup></time></p>
        <p>Johnny Cage better be there, I'll finish him!</p>
        <p>Posted by: Doge on <time datetime="2016-08-15T08:12Z">August 15<sup>th</sup></time></p>
        <p>Wow, much combat, so mortal.</p>
        <p>Posted by: The Grim Reaper on <time datetime="2016-08-16T00:00Z">August 16<sup>th</sup></time></p>
        <p>Looks like I'll be busy that day.</p>
  <footer>&copy; 2016 Camper Cat</footer>

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User Agent is: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 10.0; Win64; x64) AppleWebKit/537.36 (KHTML, like Gecko) Chrome/67.0.3396.87 Safari/537.36.

Link to the challenge:

Hi @shiaaron151,

You just forget to close <time> tag after </sub> ,so, to solve your problem, just put </time> tag after

Hope this will help you to solve the problem, good luck and have a happy coding.

Ali Mosaad