Help with my Product Landing Page-Probably Am Doing Something Stupid

Why won’t the hiring picture I put into my code in CSS show up? My Product-Quality Picture showed up.

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i can’t continue until I get some help. Help please! Thank you!


You don’t have anything with an id attribute of “Hiring”.

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Thank you! Thank you! I got it now!

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I did what you said and it now works but my test returns saying this is wrong:

“When I click a .nav link button in the nav element, I am taken to the corresponding section of the landing page.”

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Get rid of the extra quote after picture-in-picture. It’s messing up your code.


Look at your error message. Each .nav-link should have a corresponding href attribute.
Your <li> elements are your nav-link, but your <a> elements are your href.

I got the first part, but I am not sure I understand the second part of your message. Are you saying my href should be in my li?

Nope. I’m saying your <a> should be nav-link not your <li>.

ooohhhhhhhhh! :thinking: :face_with_hand_over_mouth:

Yay! Nailed it! :relieved:

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Okay, I am almost done but I have one last problem.

“When i click the #submit element, the email is submitted to a static page (etc,…)”

Please help me. What am I doing wrong?


Check your error codes on the test :slight_smile:

Should it be within the actual <form?

Yeah. Your <form> needs to have an action= attribute.

Okay, I’ll try it right now. :slight_smile:

I did it. Why isn’t it working?


Getting closer!

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I don’t get it! I’m going to wring my own neck!

Wait, wait, wait… Are you hinting at the “name attribute”?

Thank you sooooo much! I got it!

I love how you make me think! I’m so puzzled and than you present the puzzle just as it is yet in such a way that it just makes my brain wheels start to spin. You have helped me multiple times! Thank you!

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