Standardize times with HTML5 datetime attribute

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<h2>Mortal Kombat Tournament Survey Results</h2>

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<p>Thank you to everyone for responding to Master Camper Cat's survey. The best day to host the vaunted Mortal Kombat tournament is
<time datetime="2016-09-15"><Thursday,September 15 ><sup>th</sup></time>May the best ninja win!</p>

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<p>Posted by: Sub-Zero on <time datetime="2016-08-13T20:01Z">August 13<sup>th</sup></time></p>
<p>Johnny Cage better be there, I'll finish him!</p>
<p>Posted by: Doge on <time datetime="2016-08-15T08:12Z">August 15<sup>th</sup></time></p>
       <p>Wow, much combat, so mortal.</p>
       <p>Posted by: The Grim Reaper on <time datetime="2016-08-16T00:00Z">August 16<sup>th</sup></time></p>
       <p>Looks like I'll be busy that day.</p>
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Challenge: Standardize Times with the HTML5 datetime Attribute

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Hey Matey

you kinda turned the text into a tag itself by writing it between “<” and “>”. You don’t need these. Have a look at the other examples in the code for reference. The colors also give you a hint whether things are formatted properly. It shouldn’t be red in this case. Also pay attention to the space characters.

Look at the examples that are already there in the code.

<time datetime="2016-08-13T20:01Z">August 13<sup>th</sup></time>

Now change the HTML…

Thursday, September 15<sup>th</sup>

…to use the same format as the example, using the correct value for the datetime attribute as given in the challenge text.