if you click on restart step you will see the old code looked like this (top row is old, bottom row is your code) <p class="flavor">French Vanilla</p> <div class="flavor" French Vanilla>
do you see the old code here had “French Vanilla” nested inside the p tags?
So in addition to change the p to a div (not sure why you did that as it is not required),
you also moved the angled bracket > to the wrong position so essentially it is treating the word “French” and “Vanilla” like an HTML attribute, instead of just plain text (because they are located inside the div opening tag now… not sure if you understand this).
I would just click on Restart Step and try this exercise again.
Only add code this time, do not delete or transform any code …
this was a bit challenging for me as well so i hope you figured it out if not an easier hint: is like he said you don’t need to define the div attribute but rather the class attribute only and assign flavor as it’s value.
side note: i think the fact that he asked you to scroll up and referenced the class code we used before is what confused us into using div as an attribute