Learn HTML by Building a Cat Photo App - Step 56

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I have 2 lines here, the first line is the previous step so you can see what I had changed. The instruction says I need to nest the text “Loving” only in a label element and give it a “for” attribute which has the same value as the id’s value in the “input element”. It got me confused because I thought I did exactly right. Can you show me the mistakes I made? Thank you and happy coding!

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Loving
Loving

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input id=“loving” type=“checkbox”> Loving
input id=“loving” type=“checkbox”> label for=“loving”>Loving(/label>
(i just delete the open bracket so that you can see the code)
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thank you i did change it. Can you give my post a look at my profile?

thank you i did change it. Can you give my post a look at my profile?

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