Thank you. So basically the hint keeps saying “the mainelement's opening tag should be above theh2` element. You have them in the wrong order.” I keep entering my code like this < h1 > catphoto app < main > Catphotoapp what am I doing wrong?
Please create your own topic when you have specific questions about your own challenge code. Only respond to another thread when you want to provide help to the original poster of the other thread or have follow up questions concerning other replies given to the original poster.
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The challenge is broken. I’ve entered the tag correctly multiple times after resetting the exercise, I’ve even copy and pasted the code from challenge 6, which is exactly what it is meant to be looking for and it didn’t pass. Whoever has gotten it to pass has actually entered incorrect code to do so. I don’t know the process to get fcc to fix it but they need to sort it out their end. we can’t do anything about it.
However, if anyone has completed the task, it would be nice if they posted the code so everyone else can pass the bugged challenge and not be held up having to wait for a fix.
FYI - I already have the responsive web design certification, I am just resitting the tasks to refresh my memory. So no, I am not just trying to get the answer lol.
correct code should be
<!-- TODO: Add link to cat photos -->
<p>See more cat photos in our gallery.</p>
but this does not pass the challenge. I hope I have saved you some time, not wasting it trying to pass a bugged challenge.
Your solution works from my end. Please try one of the following steps to move forward.
Click on the “Restart Step” button and force a refresh of your page with CTRL + F5 then try to paste the code in again.
or - Try the step in incognito or private mode.
or - Disable any/all extensions that interface with the freeCodeCamp website (such as Dark Mode, Ad Blockers, or Spellcheckers), and set your browser zoom level to 100%. Both of these factors can cause tests to fail erroneously.
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