How to nest an existinga element with a p element

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You know, you should write something there :wink:
Also provide a link to the challenge - so we can see what you are supposed to do.

Someone had the exact same issue like yesterday, so I remember the answer:
Look at your code, the third tag is an a-tag. You were supposed to wrap that into the p-tags, the way you did at the bottom and nothing else.

You fail the tests because you currently have two a-tags but there should only be one.

For further info: on the left, below the assignment are the test cases written out. So you can see there, what you are passing and what failing.

The task specifically mentions that it wants you to use an already existing a element and nest that within a new p element.

So, you are allowed to make a new p element but not a new a element.

But in the code above, you are not using the existing a element. Instead you are creating a new a element outside of your main element. Use the a element that is already present inside your main element.

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