I've been stuck on this one for a while

I've been stuck on this one for a while
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#1

Your image should have a src attribute that points to the kitten image??


#2

Can you share your code?


#3

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#4

<img src="https://bit.ly/fcc-relaxing-cat" alt="relaxing-cat">


#5

I’m gonna kill my self -_-


#6

Nothing wrong with your code, but somehow it won’t pass if the alt attribute has hyphens in its value. Weird. Try replacing the hyphen with a space


#7

I did that… but it’s still not working


#8

Could you mention the exact name of the Challenge so we don’t have to go searching for it?


#9

add images to your website


#10

That’s pretty dumb. It works with alt="Relaxing cat." That is silly. I think the idea is that it follows the styling of the example alt but that is too picky, especially if they don’t mention it.


#11

I know right. I think I’m going to give up on this one :confused:


#12

No, I’m saying that’s the answer. If you use that alt it will work. If that doesn’t work, then maybe you accidentally changed something else. Try hitting Reset Your Code and start fresh.


#13

I know it’s the answer. I literally have that typed down! But okay, Ig I’ll start fresh ._.


#14

I’ve done that before, where I accidentally “broke” something else and struggled before realizing I just needed to start over.


#15

Hey, is there a way I could possibly share my screen? like, attach an image to you on here… to show you what my coding looks like right now?


#16

Just cut and paste it. Put three backticks (key below ESC) on the line before the code and three on the line after to format.


#17

Cut and paste the code section, I should say. That’s all we really need.


#18

I know, I’m late… I tried sending you an image the other day but it said I had to wait 20 hours and I forgot about this app .-.


#19

Just cut and paste the code into your reply.