freeCodeCamp Challenge Guide: Link to External Pages with Anchor Elements

freeCodeCamp Challenge Guide: Link to External Pages with Anchor Elements
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#1

a elements, also known as anchor elements, are used to link to content outside of the current page.

Here’s an example:

<p>Here's a <a href="http://freecodecamp.com"> link to Free Code Camp</a> for you to follow.</p>

#2

There is a bug I put :
"

Here’s a cat photos

" and it's not ok for validate.

Sorry for my english I learn English and coding :slight_smile:

can you help me


#4

link to cat photos
this is the answer i think buddy… good luck!


#5

Well, I passed this challenge but I’m stuck on that page. It’s not moving forward, is this the end or what?


#7

Had the same problem,i refreshed my page and it worked like a charm. (No its not the end)


#9

even though wrote the correct code, code is still not running…is there something wrong with the below code…plz help somebody…

Here's a link to Free Code Camp for you to follow.


#10

Guys it is not letting me pass
fix it


#11

finally it worked…


#12

how? what did you do differently?


#13

Try refreshing your screen first. I just had the same problem and refreshing the screen fixed it.

Make sure to copy your code before refreshing, just to be safe!


#14

thanks pal. appreciate your input


#15

I’m having the same issue, I’ve refreshed the screen several times and its still not letting me pass.


#17

The anchor text must be exactly "cat photos"
Include the “” and it will work buddy!


#18

hey guys can anyone tell me how can i pass this challange…
i m getting some trouble…


#19

Enter this code below the image tag:

View more Cat Photos


#20

Nope still didn’t work.

… Figured it out (user spelling error ugh !)


#21

Here is the correct answer friends. fill in the missing > on </a and </p because the comment won’t allow the snippet to be fully correct or returns “Cat Photos” with the link in comments which is no bueno.

Here's a <a href= 'website name' (hit return to move a line down) cat photos </a has cat photos </p


#22

Nothing actually…I rfeset my code…

Here’s the correct syntactical statement:

Here's a cat photos for you to follow.


#23


#24

Try This one it will work
"cat photos".