I am stuck on step 38

I am taking the HTML course and I am stuck on step 38.

In order for a form’s data to be accessed by the location specified in the action attribute, you must give the text field a name attribute and assign it a value to represent the data being submitted. For example, you could use the following syntax for an email address text field: <input type="text" name="email"> .

Add the name attribute with the value catphotourl to your text field.

Here is my code.

<input type=“text” name=“catphotour1”

What have I done wrong?

Thank you for your help.

I added the closing bracket and this is what it says.


Your input element should have a name attribute with the value catphotourl . You have either omitted the value or have a typo. Remember that attribute values should be surrounded with quotation marks.

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Careful - l and 1 are different!


Thank you Jeremy! I gotcha. I understand what you mean. I was moving along and doing well and then I got stumped. I appreciate the help.


I’m stuck in this too I woulda help you man

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I am stuck on step 38, please I need assistance

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Thank you.

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That’s the problem I had… Spent 30minutes figuring it out, however on the example above, it is shown as a 1 rather than a lowercase L Thanks Jeremy!

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