I’m working on the markdown preview project for the front end libraries certification and I’m not sure why the test aren’t working. The actual markdown previewer works perfectly and I have a default text that fits the given criteria, but the test tool simply says that I dont. Im pretty sure its just a formatting issue between what the test picks up and what I did, but I don’t know how to fix it. Anyone have any suggestions?
In MarkDown, an
h1 is written like this:
# This text is MarkDown h1
<h1> is HTML.
What I mean to say, is you have not put any MarkDown as your initial text. You have HTML.
Hope this clarifies.
Ahhh, yes that clarifies immensely.
So now I understand that markdown is its own language, i try to put it into my placeholder however every time i press enter to make a new line it interrupts the string and starts coloring it white and treating it as plaintext. What can I do to make it allow me multiple lines?
You can do one of the following:
\nto force a new line, and do not press enter.
- Wrap your string in backticks ` to allow you to have new lines. (To clarify: Replace the quotation marks with backticks)
Yessss, thank you so much. I thought they were apostrophes when I saw them in the example. Thank you again, you and all the other FCC forum leaders are a godsend for new coders like me.