Hey @alexander.elliott478. Welcome back again to the forum.
The challenge is saying you to nest the existing input element inside a form element. If you don’t understand nesting, I will explain:
Let’s suppose you created an input element.
Now, if you want to nest that input element inside a form element, you need to add the opening <form> tag BEFORE the input element and the closing </form> tag AFTER the input element.
After you nested that input element inside a form element, the input element becomes the children of the form element or becomes part of it.
I think you understand what nesting is. If you do as I said above, you will pass the tests. Also, don’t forget to add an action attribute to your form element and set it’s value to https://freecatphotoapp.com/submit-cat-photo.