Within the Header Element I can see a nav element with corresponding id="nav-bar… done…failed If I delete img then it works. If I move img to below the nav-bar, img fails.
I have three clickable elements for nav. I mean, I clearly have placeholder text for the email and you can type and submit but that is also failing. It even has a validation process.
I don’t even know how to paste code properly xD here’s my codepen: https://codepen.io/Adham380/pen/YzVJrbO
Where to buy
<div id="About" class="nav-link">
About: <a href="https://www.livescience.com/50658-guinea-pig-facts.html#:~:text=Guinea%20pigs%20are%20tailless%20rodents,the%20sides%20of%20their%20heads.">Piggie Information
You have a missing closing double quotes at the end of the class value you have written
<a class="nav-link while it should be
AAAAAAAAAAAAH. Thank you. That fixed some of the problems I was having. Still no clue why Email isn’t passing tho
Your email input is this :
<input type="email" required placeholder="Type in your E-Mail"></input>
have not given it an
id with value
And same goes for the next error of submit button you have not given it an
id with value
oof, I added them:
input type=“email” id=“email” required placeholder=“Type in your E-Mail”>
<input type=“submit” id=“submit” value=“Submit”
Yes it did made some errors go away but there are a few still here just read the error message its says:
The #email input should have a name attribute
Yup, that did it. I’m stupid. I did do it and didn’t save before running the test, so I assumed that wasn’t it and deleted it again
Good Job! Now just few CSS errors which I presume you will fix when you will properly design the page.
Thanks, and yes Already on em
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