I’ve tried the solution above but it’s not working I was thinking that maybe because of the description in the task:
" Nest the existing input element inside a form element and assign "https://freecatphotoapp.com/submit-cat-photo" to the action attribute of the form element."
So I’ve changed like:
form action="https://freecatphotoapp.com/submit-cat-photo" input type="text" placceholder="cat photo URL">
But even thou still I don’t meet the expectations of the task:
"The existing input element should be nested within a form element. "
Could you tell me what is wrong ? I’ve watched video on YT and also dig up through the forum but nothing helps and I’d really want to understand…
Thanks in advance for help.
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This is not right at all. Yes, you should put a link here AND d you should close the first part of form element AND open input element And close the form element. Look at example in the challange, it’s pretty informative actually
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Okey … I’ve made it don’t know why it works right now while I was trying this solution like 10 times before changing closing and opens of <> in a different places … right now works after 10 times of same code …
Tags are used to mark up the start and end of an HTML element. The following are paragraph tags. <p></p>
An element in HTML represents some kind of structure or semantics and generally consists of a start tag, content, and an end tag. The following is a paragraph element: <p>This is the content of the paragraph element.</p>
An attribute defines a property for an element, consists of an attribute/value pair, and appears within the element’s start tag. An element’s start tag may contain any number of space separated attribute/value pairs.
The most popular misuse of the term “tag” is referring to alt attributes as “alt tags”. There is no such thing in HTML. Alt is an attribute, not a tag. <img src="foobar.gif" alt="A foo can be balanced on a bar by placing its fubar on the bar's foobar.">