Finally, on a new line after your second
label , create another
input element. Give this one a
type attribute set to
number , a
min attribute set to
0 (to ensure negative calories cannot be added), a
placeholder attribute set to
Calories , and an
id attribute that matches the
for attribute of your second
This is what i did and it still did not pass
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Learn Form Validation by Building a Calorie Counter - Step 48