Do I have more than one a element?

It keeps telling me that I need only 1 a element. I am under the impression that it is supposed to have an opener and a closer. What am I missing?

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Hi @Adorablemama29 !

Your question is “Do I have more than one a element?”
Answer: Yes :grinning:

Here is one

and here is the second one

You didn’t understand the instructions.

They want you to use the existing a element.
Not create a new one.

Reset the lesson and use the one they already gave you.


Thank you for getting specific. I’ve been stuck for a while.

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Praise God!!! I did it!

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