Hi guys, I’m having trouble completing my certification project. The final error in the code reads: “Failed: Each
.nav-link element should have an
I have change the format in anyway I could, but I still could not find the problem, here are both my codes:
Welcome to the community @karldreta !
Try removing the closing anchor > tags after nav-link > to see if that will help.
Hi @karldreta !
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Keep up the good progress!
The anchor element (
<a></a>) creates a link and needs an href attribute to know where exactly to direct you when you click on it. So, you don’t need to add an href attribute to non-anchor elements (like your list items), since they themselves are not links.
Now, the step of this project specifically asks you to create elements with the class “nav-link” and add the href attribute to them. Since the anchor elements are the only ones that need an href attribute in your nav, try to add the “nav-link” class to your anchor elements instead of your list items.
Hope this helps!