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Notice that the comment has a beginning and an end. The beginning is the “<!-” and the end is the “->” which comments out anything in between these two. (please note: I had to take away the extra ‘-’ present in the actual comment ‘tag’, as if you comment out text in the replies of this forum using the correct syntax, it doesn’t show the commented out text in the reply)
So, the obvious way is to simply delete the end comment ‘tag’ and append it to the end of the first section you are supposed to comment out. Then start a new comment by adding “<!–” to the next tag you are supposed to comment out and adding an end comment ‘tag’ to the end.
Pro-tip for when you eventually work in a full IDE program (if you are unfamiliar, a professional development program. IDE stands for “Integreated Development Environment” basically a text editor with extensions that make software development faster and easier. The current most popular IDE is called Visual Studio Code from Microsoft) and in the IDE on freeCodeCamp, you can use the keyboard shortcut “ctrl + /” to comment and uncomment lines. So what I did in this exercise was uncomment the entire thing with the shortcut and then re-comment the lines requested for the exercise.