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I am trying to add a for attribute inside of a label element but it looks like I’m not doing it right… any ideas on what I’m doing wrong?
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<input id="loving" type="checkbox"> <label> for="loving" </label>
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Hi @Shae_00 ! Welcome to the forum!
When you add an “attribute” with a “value”, it will look something like this:
<element attribute="value">Text within the element</element>
For example, if you look at your
input element, it has the attribute
id with the value
loving. It also has the attribute
type with the value
<input id="loving" type="checkbox">
Now can you guess how you should add the attribute
for and its value
loving to your
I love your explanation. Neat and understable. Thanks!
Ah thank you so much for explaining it for me I managed to complete the step!
Congratulations! Keep it up
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