Learn Form Validation by Building a Calorie Counter - Step 44

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Your code so far function addEntry() {

const targetInputContainer = document.querySelector(#${entryDropdown.value} .input-container);
const entryNumber = targetInputContainer.querySelectorAll(‘input[type=“text”]’).length;
const HTMLString = <br><label for="entry${entryNumber}">Entry ${entryNumber} Name</label>;
}

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Learn Form Validation by Building a Calorie Counter - Step 44

Two things:

  • “Start your HTMLString with a new line…” This means a literal new line (hit the Enter key). No need for a br element.
  • Don’t add a for attribute to the label. You are correct that it does need one, but you are jumping the gun here and thus confusing the tests. You will add the for attribute in the next step.