I’m not understanding this particular step. I’ve not been told how to “surround” anything. The automated feedback does absolutely nothing for me. Upon submitting code, an often response is:
You should have an
img element with an
src value of
https://cdn.freecodecamp.org/curriculum/cat-photo-app/relaxing-cat.jpg. You may have accidentally deleted it.
The interesting part about this response, is that I did not in fact delete that segment of code. I have no idea how this response occurred. The hints are not helpful to me whatso ever. This poorly designed curriculum throws problems at you, with no information whatsoever, and expects you to come to a solution. If you don’t know what to do, you have absolutely no recourse through the site. This is meant to be the first experience of code to a beginner and there is no background, no instruction of what constitutes elements or tags or anything at all. There are resources on this site like the Scientific Computing with Python that actually go into the syntax, and teach beginners how to code. I wouldn’t encourage anyone to start here, in stark contrast to the website’s directions. Shame!!!