Example in the "Basic HTML and HTML5: Create a Form Element"

I am currently on “## Basic HTML and HTML5: Create a Form Element” and in the example:

form action="/url-where-you-want-to-submit-form-data"></form

(note: its not letting me put the <> in the code to complete the it.)
I think the backslash before URL is a typo. I use the examples for a reference and when using the backslash I was unsuccessful. Taking it out allowed me to complete the lesson.

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I’m not understanding the question here… can you try again or edit?

Hi, @Lgutierrez101 You to be more descriptive about your issue.

Attach you code in which you have a problem along with question it would help others in solving the problem you are facing

I did a edit, please check it out and let me know what you think.

Hi @Lgutierrez101 you can do one thing goto the challenge you are not able to finish click on get help then click on ask for help that will help you create the help post on the forum with the attached challenge then ask your question
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Hey @Lgutierrez101. Whenever you’re posting a code in this forum, do as following:

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Also, can you make the question more clear? It’s not descriptive still now.

Thanks.

It’s not a typo, a backslash is used to define an absolute path (as opposed to a relative path).