Hi, welcome to the forum.
First of all, please don’t post pictures of code - please cut and paste it into the thread. I will provide info below on formatting.
Secondly, please always provide a link to the challenge - we don’t have them memorized.
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But just looking at it, I notice that you added the id of “challenge-node” into your JSX. I assume that you weren’t supposed to do that. That will happen in your html file (which you can’t see right now).
I think the id should be passed to the DIV element there,
as the react works through the single wrapper for all the statements
instead of rendering the id of the div’s child, make id for the wrapping dive and then try it
That’s not how these are usually set up. The wrapper div that React renders to is hidden at this point. They’re just trying to get them to create a root JSX node. I could confirm that if the OP had included a link.
Any attribute on the elements or any change to the text will make the test fail as it is doing a string comparison to the innerHTML.
Even though adding the id on one of the elements isn’t correct it won’t break the render as the element already in the DOM with the
challenge-node id is the parent element and that id will be found before the id on any of the child elements.
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