The easiest way to get a perfect score is to have a look at the popup when you run the tests:
Error #1: My product landing page should have a element with corresponding id=“header”.
You have the
<header element, but it does not have the
#2: I can see an image within the #header element with a corresponding id=“header-img”. A company logo would make a good image here.
You don’t seem to have an
<img> tag anywhere. The lesson wants one within the
<header> tag, so your header will end up looking a bit like:
<header> <img> </header>
with header text and other attributes added.
And so on, for any other errors reported.
I’d suggest you put the links at the side of the page so I can access them whenever I want. At al else, you did great. I love the fonts and colors you picked.
Hi @Prometheus03, your page looks good but a couple of things you may want to revisit.
- if you surround your
<pre>tags you won’t need to use
- if you notice, stdio.h and error.h don’t appear on your page and show up as errors when you run your code through a validator. You cannot put them in the greater than/less than tags because HTML thinks they’re (invalid) HTML elements. You need to use the HTML entities for greater than and less than.
hey hi! thanks for the orientations. i made some adjustments , let me know what you think
Looks really good @Prometheus03. You missed changing the entities for
<error.h>. It’s at the end of the first paragraph in ‘Error Handling’.
@Roma fixed! thanks again
Good job! You’re welcome