I am missing something INCREDIBLY SMALL. What is it?!?!

This code looks 100% correct to me.

How could this possibly be wrong?

It has all of the following:

  • There should be only one head element on the page.
  • There should be only one body element on the page.
  • The head element should be a child of the html element.
  • The body element should be a child of the html element.
  • The head element should wrap around the title element.
  • The body element should wrap around both the h1 and p elements.

Your code so far:

<!DOCTYPE html>
  <title>The best page ever</title>
  <h1>The best page ever</h1>
  <p>Cat ipsum dolor sit amet.</p>

Your browser information:

User Agent is: Mozilla/5.0 (X11; Linux x86_64; rv:68.0) Gecko/20100101 Firefox/68.0.

Challenge: Define the Head and Body of an HTML Document

Link to the challenge:

Hey @unixdisciple,

Welcome to the forum :blush:

Your code worked perfectly for me , try refreshing your browser, clearing cache or resetting the code.

Good Luck !

@ramease - That’s so strange!

After running into issues with Firefox, I visited the site using a new “private window” - didn’t work.

However, when I opened the site using Chrome it worked just fine.

I suspect that Firefox’s private window was somehow using session data from the “non-private” Firefox screen I still had up???

Anyway, it’s working now. Thanks for the advice!

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@ramease - Also, thank you for the welcome!

Love this site so far!

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The issue should be with browser, it is a very straightforward code