Learn HTML by Building a Cat Photo App - Step 3

i know this might sound stupid from my end but im fully new to HTML and cant figure this step out and the reason why im posting this is because i wanna get familiar with the workspace.

" The p element is used to create a paragraph of text on websites. Create a p element below your h2 element and give it the following text:" is my objective and i cant figure out what to do.

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"https://www.freecodecamp.org/learn/2022/responsive-web-design/learn-html-by-building-a-cat-photo-app/step-3 " is the link


    <h2>Cat Photos</h2>

and heres the code

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thank you, again im sorry im pretty new here.

you need to add a new element, this time a paragraph element, whose name is p in html, what issues are you having with that?

I cant get pass that step, but i will try to figure it out and come back at it.

what have you tried? you have given only the starting code

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Well this is my objective


im just confused on how to apply this

you have create an h2 element last step, now you need to do the same with a p element, it will have an opening tag and a closing tag like the h2 element, and the text you are given as element text between the p opening tag and the p closing tag

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so lets say instead of writing this

<h2/> See more cat photos in our gallery.<h2>

i write this
<p/> See more cat photos in our gallery.<p>

<h1/> is not an opening tag, an opening tag looks like <elementName>
<h1> is not a closing tag, a closing tag looks like </elementName>

Thank you well that fixed my issue i thought they all resulted to the same thing, thank you very much. again sorry for these simple mistakes.

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no need to be sorry, you are learning!