In the APPLIED ACCESSIBILITY section

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In this particular section after I followed the requirements its still not letting me run tests. For example ( Applied Accessibility: Make Screen Reader Navigation Easier with the header Landmark) There is only one div to change in this lesson however the systems doesnt acknowledge it. Should I skip this entire lesson instead?

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<body>

 <header>
   <h1>Training with Camper Cat</h1>
 </header>

<main>
<section id="stealth">
<h2>Stealth &amp; Agility Training</h2>
 
<article>
<h3>Climb foliage quickly using a minimum spanning tree approach</h3>
</article>
    
<article>
<h3>No training is NP-complete without parkour</h3>
</article>
   
</section>
<section id="combat">
<h2>Combat Training</h2>
<article><h3>Dispatch multiple enemies with multithreaded tactics</h3></article>
 <article>
 <h3>Goodbye world: 5 proven ways to knock out an opponent</h3></article>
   </section>
   <section id="weapons">
     <h2>Weapons Training</h2>
     <article><h3>Swords: the best tool to literally divide and conquer</h3></article>
     <article><h3>Breadth-first or depth-first in multi-weapon training?</h3></article>
   </section>
 </main>
</body>

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Challenge: Make Screen Reader Navigation Easier with the header Landmark

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It’s something wrong with you computer?

The code you have shared works on my end. Please ensure that you have disabled any extensions that interface with the freeCodeCamp website (such as Dark Mode and Ad Blocker), and set your browser zoom level to 100%. Both of these factors can cause tests to fail erroneously.

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No actually I had erase all my cookies and browsing history thank you for helping me

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Thank you I have gotten it to work by doing removing certain microsoft edge extensions by doing so.