<nav> Problem, help!

13. When I click on a navbar element, the page should navigate to the corresponding section of the “main-doc” element (e.g. If I click on a “nav-link” element that contains the text “Hello world”, the page navigates to a element that has that id and contains the corresponding .

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Thank you, I fixed it.

Good to hear you were able to figure it out.

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Hello @khaldi,

Usually when an anchor doesn’t work it is because of the way the id are used. Check well your anchor, if you didn’t misspelled the id your anchor points at for example or maybe you forgot to use the sharp sign “#” somewhere. Check well in the freeCodeCamp class the syntax in the examples.

Example of correct syntax:

<a href="#my_main">Click here</a>
...
<main id="my_main">
...
</main>
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Hi! @LucLH
Thank you, I find the problem and I had fixed it, It was a stupid one, just a white space in the id attribute.

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